Building control of Bulgaria couldn't control itself

Building control of Bulgaria couldn't control itself

Inspectors of Directorate of National Construction Control simultaneously were placing in commission buildings in towns and villages, distant from each other by tens or hundreds of kilometers, according to ee24.com citing newsbg.ru. The head DNCC Nikolay Hristov told about revealed facts.

Buildings were taken into operation with violations. It turns out that three inspectors could work in the 15 committees in the different regions of the country at one day. The most striking example - is April 22, 2013, when Mr Vachkov "visited" Sofia, Nikopol (distance is 160 km), as well as Stara Zagora, Veliko Tarnovo and a number of other cities. The next day he was in Plovdiv, Dobrich (300 km) and in several villages. Another inspector had signed Acts 16 being on vacation in America. 

Act 16 is the final document that certifies that building is supplied with electricity and other utilities, and is suitable for living. Availability of this document plays an important role for property buyers in Bulgaria.