Alan Robson and Max Meadows are directors of Project Four Safety Solutions. Credit: via Project Four

PODCAST | Building Safety Bill summary

In the latest Place North West podcast, Project Four Safety Solutions’ Alan Robson and Max Meadows walk us through what we need to know about the Building Safety Bill now that it has received Royal Assent.

Created after the Grenfell Tower fire, the Building Safety Bill puts into place a framework and creates new regulations to ensure buildings are safer. It is hoped that the bill will prevent a future tragedy.

Robson and Meadows have been studying the bill in its various phases, delivering seminars for companies across the North West about the impact the bill will have on development. They share with Place deputy editor Julia Hatmaker what is, exactly, in the bill and what it means for future projects.

Project Four offers specialist advice and training on a multitude of safety-related issues, including CDM compliance and fire safety. It has offices in Liverpool, Manchester and Leeds.

Listen to the podcast at the top of this article to hear Robson’s and Meadows’ recap of the key points of the bill.

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