Building Safety Act: how has a large architecture practice adapted to the new regime?

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Six months after the secondary legislation for the Building Regulations came into law in England, Director Neal Morgan-Collins speaks to RIBA on how we, as architects, are adapting to the new changes.

“There is now a new emphasis on internal audits and lists of mandatory checks that must happen – and be updated – on every project. The challenge is to make this culture of checking for compliance become second nature for everyone”

Drawing from his experience working on a number of high risk building (HRB) projects affected by the changes, Neal shares the challenges posed by the regulatory regime, and how we are approaching these moving forward.

Read the latest article published by RIBA  here.