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Video: The Building Safety Act 2022: What do you need to know?

With the introduction of the Fire Safety Act last year and the more recent Building Safety Act 2022, it might feel like the rules and regulations for social housing providers are in a constant state of flux.

At this webinar Construction specialist, Neil Williamson, offered his keen insight into how these changes will impact new developments and the contractual arrangements that providers will now need to implement.

He was joined by Tristan Meears-White, an expert on regulatory issues and compliance across multiple sectors and having been listed in Legal 500 as a key individual, his experience and knowledge is invaluable.

Fire safety and general building safety is always of utmost precedence, and this discussion contains useful and practical advice, to guide you, our colleagues in the social housing sector, through the recent changes in regulation.

Watch a recording of the webinar below.

You can find a copy of the slides here.

Please note that this briefing is designed to be informative, not advisory and represents our understanding of English law and practice as at the date indicated. We would always recommend that you should seek specific guidance on any particular legal issue.

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Partner | Built Environment

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