Author: David Jones

The Significance of Fisher v. Bell and Taylor v. Caldwell in Assessing Professional Indemnity Insurance Cover for the Construction Sector: A Legal and Insurance Perspective

I. Introduction The construction industry operates within a legal framework where contractual intricacies and unforeseen events can dramatically impact liability and insurance coverage. This article delves into the relevance of two landmark legal cases, Fisher v. Bell [1961] 1 QB 394 and Taylor v....

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Code of conduct for registered building inspectors ─ outlines the standards and principles of professional conduct you must follow ─ Published: June 2023

All registered building inspectors in England must comply with the code of conduct. This document sets out the standards and principles of professional conduct expected of registered building inspectors by the Building Safety Regulator (BSR) CLICK HERE TO OPEN PDF COPY

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The economic and social cost of fire in England ─ Government Research and Analysis Report [published 29/06/2023]

A starting point, along with other research reports published last year on evacuation and fire related fatalities, hoped to be widely used by fire and rescue services, fire industry professionals, and other readers, needing to make better evidence-based decisions This report is the best available...

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Building Safety Act 2022

Building Safety Act 2022 has been given Royal Assent ─ an Act to make provision about the safety of people in or about buildings and the standard of buildings, to amend the Architects Act 1997, and to amend provision about complaints made to a housing ombudsman ... This is the primary legislation...

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