What will Dame Judith Hackitt’s Recommendations mean for the Construction Industry? – London & Leeds Event
Devonshires is pleased to invite delegates to a panel discussion on the 12 June 2018 in London and the 13 June 2018 in Leeds – on the likely implications for the Construction Industry following Dame Judith Hackitt’s recommendations.
We have gathered together some of the UK’s leading experts to discuss the implications of Dame Judith Hackitt’s recommendations from practical, technical and legal perspectives.
The expert panel has worked closely with Devonshires on the cladding and insulation cases that followed the tragedy at Grenfell Tower. All have considerable expertise in tackling the thorny issues addressed by Dame Judith Hackitt.
This seminar will be of considerable interest to anyone involved in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of buildings in the UK.
- Mark London, Partner and Head of Construction & Engineering, Devonshires
- Matthew Cocklin, Partner, Construction & Engineering, Devonshires
- Gerard McLean, Director, Chartered Architect, Probyn Miers
- Steve Cooper, Director, Chartered Fire Engineer, Tenos
- Peter Airey, Managing Director, Chartered Building Surveyor, Airey Miller Ltd
- James Bowling, Barrister, 4 Pump Court
Read our latest article:
Dame Judith Hackitt’s long-awaited Report of Building Regulations and Fire Safety has been released.
Following on from her interim finding that the current regulatory framework was “not fit for purpose,” Dame Hackitt recommends a complete overhaul of the regulatory framework in relation to the construction and management of high-rise residential multi-occupancy buildings (referred to in the Report as HRRBs).
Date: Tuesday 12 June
Time: 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Location: One Moorgate Place, Chartered Accountants’ Hall, Moorgate Place, EC2R 6EA
Date: Wednesday 13 June
Time: 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Location: 2 Brewery Wharf Kendell Street, Leeds, LS10 1JR