An Overview: The Building Safety Act 2022 & What it Means for Construction

An Overview: The Building Safety Act 2022 & What it Means for Construction

About this event

Paul will provide a presentation on the Building Safety Act and the implications for those who commission, design, construct, own and manage high rise residential buildings. There will also be include an update from Eddie on the work that CIOB has been doing to support our members and wider industry to prepare for the Act.

Further Details

Location:

Anglia Ruskin University, Bishop Hall Lane, Chelmsford, CM1 1SQ

Time:

Arrival and networking from 18:00, presentation to begin at 18:30.

Refreshments:

We will be providing light refreshments for our guests, please confirm your dietary requirements on the booking form.

Parking:

Parking will be available on site, further details to follow.

How can we help you get the most out of this event? We want to ensure accessibility for all of our members. Please contact us in confidence prior to attendance and we will do our best to answer any questions and support any additional needs you may have.

Speaker

Paul Nash, Past-President and Fellow of the CIOB

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In a career spanning nearly 40 years, Paul has worked for some of the UK’s leading international construction companies and built environment consultancies, and currently runs his own business providing advice to developers, contractors and investors in the property and construction sector.

As a Past-President and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), Paul is actively engaged in raising awareness of key issues affecting the construction sector and regularly speaks at industry events.

He was chair of the CIOB’s Construction Quality Commission, which was established to investigate the issue of quality in construction and what needs to be done to improve it and currently chairs the CIOB’s Quality Implementation Group.

In 2017 he chaired the working group on procurement as part of the Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire and is currently a member of the Industry Safety Steering Group chaired by Dame Judith Hackitt, that is providing strategic oversight of the Government’s Building Safety programme.

He was also a Contributor to the CIOB’s ‘Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development’ and ‘Code of Practice for Programme Management in the Built Environment’.

Paul has an MSc in Project Management from the University of Reading and is an Alumni of Henley Management College.

Eddie Tuttle, CIOB's Director of Policy, External Affairs and Research Public

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Eddie is CIOB’s Director of Policy, External Affairs & Research and has worked for CIOB for 13 years or so and is an experienced Senior Policy, Research & Public Affairs operative with a history of working in the construction industry and in senior public sector roles including the managing of legislative ‘Bills’ through the Parliamentary processes.

Eddie is skilled in policy formulation and development and Public Affairs and has extensive experience working in the public sector alongside government ministers, senior civil servants and stakeholders including the Construction Leadership Council across a variety of regulatory and legislative issues within many facets of government policy. Eddie also works closely with our sister Bodies on collaboration across joint policy positions and his remit covers both the UK and Global.

Contact

Harriet Hosking

Member Services and Event Coordinator - Eastern

+ (0)1344 630840

hhosking@ciob.org.uk

An Overview: The Building Safety Act 2022 & What it Means for Construction

July 20, 2022

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July 20, 2022

Anglia Ruskin University - Chelmsford Bishop Hall Lane

£0 - £10

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