Due to various factors, a prevailing narrative persists, asserting that the construction regulations formulated in 2019 supposedly aimed to protect third party property  were intentionally tailored to benefit developers at the cost of third parties, with some alleging the creation of loopholes. Despite frequent assertions, there is a notable absence of discussions on the specific alterations brought about by the 2019 regulations.

In this op-ed for The Times, I endeavour to shed light on aspects often overlooked in public discourse.