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The recent publication of The Higher-Risk Buildings (Management of Safety Risks etc) (England) Regulations 2023 (the Regulations) serve as a timely reminder that the deadline for the registration of higher-risk buildings is fast approaching. Read more via IFSEC Global.
Registration is part of the new stricter regime from the Building Safety Regulator (BSR) to protect residents. All high-rise residential buildings – those that are at least 18 metres tall or have seven or more floors containing at least two residential units – must be registered by law. Read in full via IFSEC Global.
The Grenfell Tower Inquiry will not publish its much-anticipated second and final report into the disaster until next year, it has been revealed The report will detail the causes of the 2017 fire, which killed 72 residents in the 24-storey residential tower block in North Kensington. But its publication, which was due later this year, […]
A group of more than 900 bereaved family members, survivors and local residents (BSRs) whose lives were devastated by the Grenfell Tower fire have agreed a settlement of their civil claims arising from the fire. Read in full at Inside Housing.
Established as part of a package of measures outlined within the Building Safety Act 2022, a new building registration scheme has been set up by the Building Safety Regulator. All high-rise residential buildings – defined as 18 metres tall or at least seven storeys and above – in England must have been registered with the […]