Nothing is more important to housing associations than the safety of the people who live in their homes.

The nationwide effort to improve building safety and make sure people can feel safe in their homes is gathering pace. In recent months, the new regulatory landscape is becoming clearer, with consultations on the Fire Safety Bill and the draft Building Safety Bill. A new building safety regulator has been announced and the second phase of the Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry has begun.

This virtual conference will be a forum to explore the major changes on the horizon and how housing associations can be ready to implement them. Whether you work in building safety, new development, managing existing homes or resident engagement, this event will give you the tools and insight you’ll need to navigate the complex new landscape.

You will hear from early adopters and other associations about the approaches they’ve tested and the lessons they’ve learned. On top of this, all key agencies will be there to give you insight into their recommendations, expectations, and timelines.

Join the conversation, collaborate with peers and keep up to date with the vital building safety agenda.

About the event
"This was an excellent opportunity to discuss key issues with senior decision-makers."
Park Health and Safety Partnership
Founding partner

Log on to this virtual event and:

  • Receive support, advice and clarification from the key agencies leading the new building and fire safety legislation.
  • Take away an understanding of the role and expectations of the new building safety regulator.
  • Collaborate and network with industry peers from all sizes of association, to discuss the way the sector can meet the requirements of the new regulatory regime.
  • Explore the responsibilities of duty holders and building safety managers, the challenges surrounding the EWS1 form, and the latest on BIM, competency reviews, resident engagement strategies and more.