In keeping with SAEMA’s commitment to advancing safety through raising the standards in best practice, we keep in touch with all the latest developments – chiefly safety, worker welfare and the environment. We are pleased to share the following story from the Construction Leadership Council (CLC).
The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities has published the Code of Practice for the Remediation of Residential Buildings.
The Code sets expectations on and provides guidance for remediation projects. Projects are expected to appropriately communicate with, inform and engage residents and mitigate the impacts of the project on residents’ lives.
All remediation projects should comply with the Code.
This Code has been developed with residents and industry for projects where works are required due to the external walls of a residential building, due to the significant impact they have. The Code may be applied to similar significant projects and works.
More information can be found here.