Explore RIBA’s legacy in architecture and construction. Uncover the 8-stage framework shaping innovation, excellence, and sustainability since 1834.
Did you know that Christmas Day is the day in December most likely to have a fire service called to a property? In fact, between 2017 and 2019, fire services tended to more than 2,300 fires on Christmas Day across the UK.
In the modern age, our world is rapidly evolving, with buildings becoming more intricate and essential to our daily lives. From towering skyscrapers to eco-friendly homes, these structures not only shape our urban landscapes but also impact our environment, safety, and overall quality of life. Ensuring that these buildings adhere to specific standards and regulations is crucial. In this blog, we’ll explore why building compliance is so important in the modern age and the myriad of benefits it provides.
Legionella risk assessments play a crucial role in identifying and managing the risks associated with Legionella bacteria in various water systems. In this blog, we will explore the legislation surrounding Legionella risk assessments in the UK
as reports of Raac-related structural issues emerge, the safety of thousands of students, teachers, and parents has come into question. This blog delves into the pressing concerns surrounding Raac concrete and why the government has acted in closing over a hundred schools.
This blog aims to shed light on what a lightning protection system entails, its importance, and whether you need one based on UK regulations and standards.
As our recent Building Safety Case campaign comes to an end, we thought it was imperative to detail the information from the campaign in one convenient place.
In this blog we will detail the requirements for your Building Safety Case Report in bitesize chunks to present an easy to understand guide to completing your building safety case report.
In this blog we will explore the key differences between Building Safety Cases and Building Safety Case Reports, shedding a light on their respective importance.
The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022, which came into effect on 23rd January 2023, have mandated the installation of secure information boxes in existing high-rise residential buildings. According to the regulations, responsible persons for high-rise buildings in England are now required to have a suitably secure information box installed within or on the premises. The information boxes contain essential details and resources crucial for effective emergency management.