Building Safety Regulator Q&A - UPDATE APRIL 2024

Key building information when registering high-rise residential buildings


PAS 2030 & PAS 2035: Q&A briefing

Updated December 2023


Building Safety Regulator - Q&A Briefing - UPDATED JANUARY 2024

What is happening with the Building Safety Bill?


Fire safety - UPDATED JANUARY 2024

This guide covers social landlords’ responsibilities for fire safety in residential premises, including individual homes, purpose-built blocks of flats and sheltered housing. It does not cover property protection or insurance requirements in the case of fire.


** STOP PRESS** Energy Bills Discount Scheme – Registering Heat Networks

Bulk upload template published (July 2023).


Building Safety – Registering high-rise residential buildings: Update May 2023

The latest Building Safety Q&A compiled by NHMF Best Practice Adviser, Andrew Burke


Damp and Mould Q&A

The tragic case of Awaab Ishak demonstrated the serious impact on tenants of living in housing with damp and mould and the effect their health. Reports of damp and mould are likely to increase as residents struggle to afford to heat their homes adequately with higher energy costs, even though these have been restricted by the Government’s price cap and energy bill support scheme.


Energy Bill Support – What social landlords need to do now

Energy Bill Support – What social landlords need to do now


Building Safety Act 2022 – Implications for Maintenance Contracts

The Building Safety Act 2022 (“the Act”) became law on 28 April 2022. So what are the implications for maintenance contracts in relation to the “higher risk buildings” (“HRBs”) that it regulates? HRBs are defined in section 65 (in England, but not Wales) as buildings over 18m or of 7 storeys or more that contain two or more separate dwellings.


Carbon Net Zero resources

For social landlords and their contractors wanting to make their organisations carbon net zero, there are many resources to help them plan how to do this.

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