The Government of the UK is appointing it’s first-ever national Chief Inspector of Buildings this year. The development is put forward to monitor critical reforms and manage safety. This comes in a situation after the Grenfell disaster has happened.
The draft building safety bill worth £1bn will be addressed today after a long stand as the Government describes the biggest changes to building safety. Formal invitations for applications will start from the end of July that will improve measures for unsafe non-ACM cladding from buildings. Also, pre-registration forms were already received in over 700 numbers.
However, the draft Bill will come into discussion at the parliament during the autumn, which is named as a large and complex piece of legislation. Stricter rules will be imposed on more than six storey’s tall buildings or blocks of flats that are either 18m or more through this draft bill, as it goes into discussion. All the processes starting from design to occupying will run through the rules that are under review.