Building a safer future
About the event
Webinar style: Online workshop comprised of a presentation, polls and audience discussions.
Time: 11.00am - 12.00pm
Speaker: Debbie Larner - head of practice knowledge and products, Chartered Institutite of Housing
Chair: Steve Mee - communications manager, Chartered Institute of Housing
Benefits of attending
This webinar will set out the key proposals in the recent consultation on changes to the building safety regulatory system which sets out how the government intends to take forward the recommendations set out in the Hackitt Review of 2018.
Delegates will have an opportunity to ask questions or seek clarity on the proposals, and, most importantly input their thoughts into CIH’s response to the consultation.
This webinar is FREE to attend for members and £20 + VAT for non members.
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