Over the coming years the Real Estate and Construction industries will encounter substantial regulatory reform with regard to building and fire safety.
Substantial works are already underway to replace unsafe cladding and with the new Building Safety Act 2022 and likely on-going regulatory reform, there will be fundamental changes to all stages of the design and construction of buildings and their subsequent occupation, management and operation, as well as ownership obligations.
We act for a range of stakeholders that are and will be affected by these new regulatory requirements including house builders, funders, developers, contractors and urban estates. Through our market leading experts in the planning, construction and real estate sectors, as well as our health and safety expertise, we are able to provide you with a single source for advice and guidance on the implications of these impending changes.
Latest Developments in Building and Fire Safety
Below you will find the latest news and insights on issues concerning the remedial cladding schemes as well as the latest on the Building and Fire Safety reforms, including a timeline of the development of building safety through the years and to date.