Buildings Safety Act Hub
26th February 2024
Find out how the Buildings Safety Act 2022 (the “BSA”) is operating in practice and see our Building Safety Act Unit’s analysis of the key issues of which all those in the property market need to be aware.
You can keep track of developments on this page.
- We held a “Follow up day with the BSA” on 7th February 2024: you can find a copy of the programme here. If you would like to purchase a copy of the recordings and handouts for £100 + VAT, please contact Libby Sampson-Shaw.
- Tanfield has worked with The Law Society to produce “The Building Safety Act: A guide for property lawyers” which can be purchased here.
- Our recent articles on the BSA include:
- Links to related legislation
- The Tanfield Spring Conference 2023 was entitled “A day with the BSA”. You can see a copy of the programme here and an introductory video in the link below. All the talks were recorded and those recordings, along with the handouts and slides, can be purchased for £100 + VAT. Please contact Sally Wollaston if you are interested.
- The Tanfield Junior Property Autumn Conference on 31st October 2023 – “Nightmares for Property Litigators – the things that keep you up at night & how to deal with them” also covered some of the issues coming up under the BSA.
Members of Tanfield provide regular seminars on the BSA so please contact Libby Sampson-Shaw if you would like to discuss this further.
We also work with other organisations to provide training. Andrew Butler KC has put together a BSA online course for those acting for landlords in conjunction with Ian Quayle of IQ Legal Training.
Team: Andrew Butler KC
, Timothy Polli KC
, Robert Bowker
, Piers Harrison
, Daniel Dovar
, James Fieldsend
, Nicola Muir
, Adrian Carr
, Carl Fain
, Sara Jabbari
, Katie Gray
, Robyn Cunningham
, Ceri Edmonds
, Hugh Rowan
, Richard Miller
Expertise: Commercial Landlord & Tenant
, Residential Landlord & Tenant
, Building Developments & Construction
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