The legislation, which has to be approved by MPs, will bring in far-reaching changes to the way residential towers are built and managed.
The government is introducing Building Safety Bill in Parliament today that will usher in far-reaching reforms for the way residential towers are built and managed.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government has now published the new Building Safety Bill which reforms building safety regulation.
This is a new regime for building safety regulation and with the aim of giving greater powers to residents in high rise residential buildings to bring claims for defective workmanship.
A new Building Safety Regulator will have responsibility for overseeing the new regime.
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