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BOOK NOW | Building Safety Act: Implementing in practice

Meeting the demands of the incoming legislation is going to be a challenge for many property people across the development cycle from early technical designers to agents managing completed buildings – this event will explain all you need to know.

This special session is organised by Place North in association with safety consultant Project Four, law firm JMW, engineering designer Hydrock and building surveyor Earl Kendrick.

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Due to take place on the morning of Tuesday 18 June at Hotel Brooklyn in Manchester, this event is free to attend but you must first register your interest.

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Breakfast and lunch will be included.

Speakers on the day will lay out the practical steps you need to take for planning, designing, constructing, and managing your projects under the Building Safety Act. You will hear from a cross-section of property people at different stages of the development cycle about how they are adapting to this crucial new legislation. Viability, compliance, the regulatory process and how to adapt cashflow and delivery programmes to match the rigorous new legislative landscape around health and safety will all be explored.

Speakers will be announced nearer to the event.

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I have been to several of the round table discussions delivered by JMW, Earl Kendrick and Artec Fire and found them to be really informative but also helpful to understand how other managing agents are tackling all the industry legislative changes. I also work with Richard glover and Jessica Stanway they are appointed on several cases for me, as a result of a round table event I attended last year.

By Kate Magill

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