Does your Company need NHBRC Registration? We will facilitate your Construction Company’s Registration process at the NHBRC (The National Home Builders Registration Council) in the quickest possible timeframe. Apply online on this page.
The National Home Builders Registration Council ( NHBRC ) requires that all new houses must be inspected during the building process to ensure that they comply with the relevant Act.
The Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act, 1998 ( Act No 95 of 1998 ) makes provision for the protection of housing consumers. This act provides for the establishment of the National Home Builders Registration Council ( NHBRC ) which needs to apply the “Act” through required regulations and procedures as stated in the Government Gazette 1 December 1999 and Home Building Manuals Parts 1,2 & 3 February 1999. The NHBRC needs to warrant any residential dwelling against poor workmanship resulting into structural defects and thus safety issues.
The following types of dwellings are covered by “the Act”.
- Employee/Corporate Housing
- Town houses
- Rented Homes
- Additions and alterations are not covered by “the Act. Owner Builders must apply through the NHBRC for exemption.
What does this Act mean for Construction Companies?
All Developers and Contractors that are involved with building residential dwellings, need to Register with the NHBRC. To apply for any contracts or tenders, a Construction Company also needs to be registered with the CIDB.
- All registered Contractors or Developers can apply for contracts and government tenders.
- You gain the trust of your Clients, Investors and Banks.
Make sure you have everything required to register at the NHBRC; or otherwise Contact us for a quote.
For more information on services that are linked to this industry see below.
R 2 890 once-off for NHBRC Registration; or you can take a discounted Package:
The R 2890 service option is our facilitation fee for your NHBRC application. We also offer a Construction Company Package with includes Registration at CIPC, SARS, CIDB and NHBRC. For more information about our Construction Company Package Click Here.
Note that the NHBRC will also charge you a direct once-off Registration fee of R 745.61 and an annual Membership fee of R 526.32.
NHBRC requires you to pass a test before granting your NHBRC Registration Number. A representative of your Company (your Technical Manager) will need to do this test. It is an open book test, and we will assist with examples of possible test questions.
Only 2 attempts are allowed per Company to pass the test. The test needs to be passed within 2 weeks from the date you paid the NHBRC’s Registration fee Invoice (we will advise). If the Test is not passed within 2 attempts, then the Registration will be cancelled.
The test takes place Mondays to Fridays, 10am or 2 pm at the NHBRC branch where we will submit your application (your nearest NHBRC branch).