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The Building Safety Act 2022: What do you need to know? - Ward Hadaway
The Building Safety Act 2022: What do you need to know? - Ward Hadaway
Wed, 28 September 2022, 12:00 - 13:00
Online (live webinar)


Cost: Free

With the introduction of the Fire Safety Act last year and the more recent Building Safety Act 2022, it might feel like the rules and regulations for social housing providers are in a constant state of flux.

As such the social housing team at Ward Hadaway would like to invite you to attend a webinar on 28th September, discussing the ins and outs of the Building Safety Act 2022.

At this webinar Construction specialist, Neil Williamson, will give an overview of the Act, helping you to understand what it means for registered providers and local authorities. Neil will also offer his keen insight into how these changes will impact new developments and the contractual arrangements that providers will now need to implement.

Fire safety and general building safety is always of utmost precedence, and this discussion promises to contain the useful and practical advice, to guide you, our colleagues in the social housing sector, through the recent changes in regulation.

You will be able to ask your own questions in advance via the registration form, or you can use the Q&A feature in Zoom on the day.


Neil Williamson

Partner | Built Environment

Neil is a partner in the Construction and Engineering unit at Ward Hadaway. Neil advises both private and public sector clients on negotiating construction documentation including building contracts, consultant appointments, collateral warranties, novations, bonds and guarantees.

Julia Thomson

Partner | Built Environment

Julia heads the social housing property team at Ward Hadaway. She is an experienced residential development lawyer, specializing in social housing. She advises registered providers, house builders and promoters.

John Murray

Partner | Built Environment

John has specialised in Housing Law since 1987, and has for the past 25 years acted for Housing Associations, local authorities and property owners in relation to all aspects of housing management matters throughout the North of England.

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