The Building Safety Bill will require those managing or owning higher-risk buildings to put in place resident engagement strategies which will allow residents to obtain information and be consulted about matters and decisions affecting the safety of their building. We are delighted to present this webinar in conjunction with Tpas, the leading tenant engagement experts.
- What does the Bill say about resident engagement strategies
- What are the timescales for introduction of the Bill
- Feedback on the proposals
- What would an effective resident engagement strategy look like and how should it be developed
About the speakers:
Nick advises on all aspects of housing law, housing and property litigation. His clients are typically housing associations and local authorities. His specialisms include complex litigation including judicial review, together with non-contentious advice relating in particular to policies and procedures, rent and service charge issues, and compliance with Regulation.
Lee was one of the first solicitors to qualify as part of the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s fully qualifying law degree. He was one of the youngest qualifying solicitors at the time.
Lee advises on all aspects of housing management and property litigation, regularly advising private organisations, land owners, developers, investors, charities, local authorities and some of the largest providers of social housing in the United Kingdom.
Michael joined Tpas in February 2019 as Business Development Manager. Michael has worked within Resident Involvement since 2000 for Local Authorities and Housing Associations and as a Tpas Associate since 2017. A Qualification in Adult Education enables him to deliver training sessions to staff and involved customers. Michael takes his down to earth and transparent approach as the foundation for building strong relationships. With a variety of skills honed from working in all areas of Housing, Michael is an effective communicator with a passion for co-regulatory engagement.