Before the Covid-19 crisis began, the implications of the Hackitt Review were, no doubt, the dominant theme of many budget setting meetings.
The G15 estimated that the total cost of making all its existing buildings fire-safe could be as much as £6.9 billion. And that’s before you take into account the ongoing costs of implementing the new regulatory system, which could be as much as £90,000 per building per year.
After an introduction to the Development Handover data standards project by Chris Lees, this HACT webinar includes interviews with Melissa Dillon (Camden), Johnny Furlong (L&Q) and Lesley Addison (Thirteen Group), together with a panel discussion chaired by Rebecca Rees (Trowers & Hamlins), that also includes Barry McNulty (Hyde) and Victoria Wass (CHP).
Watch the recording here: https://hact.org.uk/meeting-challenges-hackitt-review-webinar