Webinar: Building Safety Act 2022 - an update following Royal Assent
The Building Safety Act was given Royal Assent on 28 April 2022.
Join us for a webinar on Monday 23 May as we explore the most radical change to the UK building industry for decades.
Our expert cross-sector Building a Safer Future team will provide insight to the various aspects of the Building Safety Act 2022 including The Golden Thread, the role of the Regulator, developer levy, service charges, competency, contract and procurement issues.
Topics to be covered:
Rebecca Rees - Introduction, overview and the role of the Regulator
Amanda Stubbs - Duty holder Responsibilities
Katie Saunders - Impact of the changes on construction obligations under building and maintenance contracts and the role of the Accountable Person
Douglas Rhodes - Landlord and tenant issues, including service charges, resident engagement strategies, residents' duties and access to premises.
Assad Maqbool and Clarissa Smith - Developer's Liabilities
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