Tag: cdm2015

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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The Institute of Construction Management recently responded to the British Standards Institute BSI consultation of their proposed publicly accessible standard (PAS) for principal designer

The Institute of Construction Management recently responded to the British Standards Institute BSI consultation of their proposed publicly accessible standard (PAS) for principal designer.  This is the new role which will come in to effect under the Building Safety Bill, and is not to be...

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2022 ─ ICM Celebrating 180 Years since founding in 1842! ─ rising to the challenge of Digital Age Transformation ─ driving the future of a Safe Sector with Competent Organisations! ─ the voice for construction management …

"Wow! ─ what an incredible couple of years!" ─ at the start of 2022 David Jones shares our vision bringing the past, present and future into an interesting alignment with anecdotal waypoints along the recent unique ICM timeline ... ... '20/20 Vision' ─ a term used to express normal visual acuity...

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Building Safety Bill ─ Residents’ Voice

Accountable Persons MUST ensure the effective assessment and management of their building’s safety Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review found that residents did not have a strong enough voice in the management of their buildings. They often: ► did not have the chance to offer views and participate...

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Building Safety Bill ─ Draft regulations published

Draft regulations for delegated powers proposed in the Building Safety Bill, published to assist parliamentarians and others with understanding the contents of the Bill The Higher-Risk Buildings (Descriptions and Supplementary Provisions) Regulations [2021] SCOPE: CLICK ON THIS LINK TO ACCESS THE...

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The UK construction industry still seeks a comprehensive solution to the problem of ensuring competence

The ICM fully applauds and supports the FMB's initiative ... As things stand, many would argue that too few builders and contractors are subject to meaningful checks and balances. This is because, unlike the gas and electrical trades, anyone in the UK can set themselves up as a builder or tradesperson...

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