Webinar series to focus on construction regulation changes

Webinar series to focus on construction regulation changes

In response to the evolving building safety landscape in the UK, Bureau Veritas is hosting a comprehensive three-part webinar series to ensure residential developers and construction professionals are fully informed on the latest regulatory changes.

The series will cover the following key topics:

Approved Document B: second staircase

The Government recently announced important updates to Approved Document B, including the requirement for two staircases in all new tall residential buildings over 18 metres. The webinar will explain these changes in detail and provide guidance on the implementation timeline. If you are a developer, this is your opportunity to gain clarity on how to ensure compliance and keep projects moving forward.

Non-higher risk buildings: the new process

This webinar will provide an overview of the new building control process that applies to all non-Higher Risk Buildings (non-HRBs) since 6 April 2024. We will cover the key responsibilities, documentation requirements and steps involved in this revised control system – giving you a solid understanding of the new non-HRB building control regime.

Higher risk buildings: the new process

Building on Bureau Veritas’s experience with the HRB submissions process to the Building Safety Regulator, this webinar will dive deep into the Gateway Submission process for Relevant Higher Risk Buildings, which include residential, student accommodation and hospitals with a floor over 18 metres. It will share crucial insights and details gained from the company’s past submissions to help improve people’s understanding.

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