CPD+ Breakfast Seminars are back! - Welcome to JHAI Limited

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CPD+ Breakfast Seminars are back!

This event is FREE to attend for all Architects, Building Surveyors, Contractors, Project Managers, Designers & Builders.

All attendees will receive an attendance certificate with two hours on their CPD record.

Register HERE to book your place


Upcoming Events in November


10 November 2021 -  Mercure Grand Hotel, Bristol

16 November 2021 - Mercure Piccadilly Hotel, Manchester

17 November 2021 - York House Hotel, Wakefield

18 November 2021 - Holiday Inn, Nottingham

25 November 2021 - Strathmore Hotel, London


Seminar Programme

07.30 - 08.00

Registration & Refreshments

08.00 - 08.45

jhai Introduction & The Proposed Changes to Building Control With The Building Safety Bill

The Building Safety Bill creates a Building Safety Regulator, with new statutory roles for designers and contractors on all projects. It creates an entirely new and more rigorous regime for prescribed classes of buildings, with new planning and building control gateways, building safety managers, safety cases and a statutory golden thread of information, all linked to a formal certification of the building for fitness to occupy. The Bill will strengthen the whole building control system, with the new Regulator taking responsibility for professional standards for building control surveyors. Everyone needs to understand the Bill; It introduces changes to the Building Act, Architects Act and Building Regulations that all stakeholders need to be aware of.


08.45 - 09.00


Please let us know of any dietary requirements when making your booking


09.00 - 09.45

Current Consultations Changes to Part F & Part L

The UK has set in law a target to bring all its greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050. As part of the journey to 2050 the Government committed to introducing the Future Homes Standard in 2025 and an uplift to energy efficiency standards and requirements in 2020 as a steppingstone to the Future Homes Standard. An average home is likely to have 75- 80% less carbon emissions than one built to current energy e‑efficiency requirements. Everyone involved in the design or construction of new dwellings will need to begin to understand the implications of these proposed changes.



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