Building Safety Act - The Law is Changing
14th March 2023, 6pm for 6.30pm start
AluK Design Studio, 5-11 Worship Street, London, EC2A 2BH
What does the law expect of you? Risk should now be ‘owned and managed by those who create it.
George and Katy, barristers at 4 Pump Court will talk about the products used by the construction industry. They'll look at the new roles in construction and building management, and how to manage risk.
They will also review changes to the legal liability of contractors and consultants. How will the changes materially alter your liability if you are involved in residential development and management? What does this mean for contractors, consultants, building managers - and their insurers?
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George Woods is a commercial barrister with 20 years’ experience in construction and engineering disputes.
He is also involved as a developer and operator of hydro-electric power generation businesses. He provides insight from an unusual perspective of regularly giving legal advice as a barrister, and regularly needing to obtain professional advice in his commercial role as a power generator.
Katy Handley is a junior tenant at 4 Pump Court who has a broad commercial law practice and experience in both domestic and international disputes. Katy has been instructed in a variety of construction, contractual and professional negligence claims in both the County Court and the TCC.
She is regularly asked to advise on complex construction matters, including actions brought under the Defective Premises Act 1972. In a recent article in the 4 Pump Court construction newsletter, Katy provided an overview of the most significant changes brought in by the Building Safety Act 2022.
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