The National Technical Committee meets four times a year to consider technical issues relating to housebuilding.
Its members review and comment on aspects of government policy in relation to changes in technology and construction, particularly regulations which affect building practice and construction and the commercial implications of proposed changes.
They also, where possible, propose a realistic regulatory framework and protection for the housebuilding industry in all matters relating to land development.
They consider the policies of utility companies and negotiate with them and their regulators to promote competition, reduce charges and ensure value for money in the provision of services.
NTC also tries to ensure that housebuilders are represented on external groups and organisations with common interests to ensure adequate liaison with them on key issues.