The building control teams from six Midlands councils have teamed up to share their knowledge and expertise.
Residents are to benefit from safer homes under plans that would see sprinklers installed in new high-rise residential blocks of flats, the Government has revealed.
After publishing its recent forecast of accessible housing, Habinteg Housing Association argues we cannot afford to ignore the issue any longer.
Ahead of the second anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, the government published a consultation to create a radically new fire safety system.
David Mowatt, chairman of the Smoke Control Association, discusses Building Regulation compliance and the need for robust enforcement procedures
Following the ‘Building a Safer Future’ consultation, BESA has urged the government to “embed a new culture for delivering new build and refurbishment work”.
Kingspan Insulation has published a new white paper with research from Currie & Brown exploring how different insulation specifications impact overall project costs.
Premier Guarantee explores the varying aspects of a quality builders warranty provider and some questions you can ask during your decision process.
Timber fire doors have been given a major safety endorsement after every single one passed stringent fire tests that were ordered by the MHCLG following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The ACAI has urged the Government to clarify the role of Approved Inspectors (AIs) in its plans for a new system of building regulations.
The Industry Safety Steering Group (ISSG) report says culture change has been slow in the construction industry due in part to its “fragmented nature”.
The government has been “far too slow” in reforming the building and fire safety regime and is still not doing enough, according to a report published today (18 July).
The Scottish Government has announced changes to its building standards, which aim to strengthen fire safety in new high rise buildings.
Oxford City Council has decided to remove and replace the HPL rain screen on Hockmore Tower after the government confirmed that towers blocks needed to remove cladding containing the rain screen.