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Jan11

Regulation 38 Building Regulations

Regulation 38

Approved Document B was revised in 2019  and supports requirements B1 to B5 of Schedule 1 to the Building Regulations 2010 as well as regulations 6(3), 7(2) and 38 and it took effect on 30 August 2019 for use in England. 

One of the changes were that safety information (under regulation 38) has been moved from an appendix into a new section.

Jan09

EWS1 External Wall Fire Review

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In late December 2019 the EWS1 form was published.

The RICS, the BSA and UK Finance have agreed an industry-wide process, to be used by valuers, lenders, building owners and fire safety experts, in the valuation of high-rise properties to help unblock the deadlock present in the housing market. It has been developed in conjunction with MHCLG (the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.

Dec18

Balconies and The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018 came into force on 21 December 2018 have now clarified the lack of clarity in relation to balconies and states:

 

“Amendment to the Building Regulations 2010”

Sep26

Resisting Fire Spread over External Walls and the Requirements of the Building Regulations 2010

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By amending Regulation 7 of the Building Regulations 2010 under The Building (Amendment) Regulations 2018, and the Approved Document B, combustible materials are now banned on the elevations of relevant high rise buildings so that materials which become part of an external wall of a high-rise building (ie a building over 18,m) now have to be of European Classification A2-d1, d0 (i.e. of limited combustibility) or Class A1 (non-combustible)

Sep26

Advice Note 14 by MHCLG - Advice on External Wall Systems that do not Incorporate Aluminium Composite Material for Residential Buildings over 18m high

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Advice Note 14 published by Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) states that the Advice Note is for the attention of anyone responsible for, or advising on, the fire safety of external wall systems of residential buildings 18m or above in height.

Jul22

Around the World with the CIArb and the DBF -an Article Published on the Solicitors Group Website

Essential Training with the CIArb and the DBF - a Fabulous Combination

Jul17

CIArb Centenary Conference- International Arbitration: The Principles

The Principles Necessary for an Effective, Efficient and 'Safe' Seat for the Conduct of an International Arbitration.

Jul12

IOSH No Time to Lose Campaign

Cancer Caused by Work kills 666,000 per year

Cancer caused by work kills 666,000 a year.

IOSH No Time to Lose Campaign

Jun26

Bernadette Barker is now included on the IFE Register of Fire Risk Assessors

Bernadette Barker is now included on the IFE Register of Fire Risk Assessors

As of 5th March 2015 Bernadette Barker is included on the Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) Register of Fire Risk Assessors.

Jun26

Searching for Bricks

Searching for Bricks

We've found them.

We have been trying to source second hand bricks for the new shop for Reef Villa www.reefvilla.com over the last few months and at last we have found a supply.

Jul06

Dispute Board Federation Dinner 22 May 2015

Dispute Board Federation

As a newly appointed Fellow of The Dispute Board Federation, Bernadette attended the Installation and Presentation of Fellows Dinner on 22nd May 2015 at the Athenaeum Club, Pall Mall.

Feb17

Dorgard - For When You Want to Keep a Fire Door Open

Dorgard - For When You Want to Keep a Fire Door Open

In a perfect world all fire doors would be kept closed but, we don't live in a perfect world...

Feb17

Legionella - Revised Code ACOP L8 Published by HSE

Legionella - Revised Code ACOP L8 Published by HSE

In what has been hailed as the most significant change to the safety rules dealing with the control of Legionella risks for over a decade...

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