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Building Safety Regulator - a high-rise residential building

The Government have released a new guidance titled “Building Safety Regulator: giving us structure and safety information”. This guidance includes details on registering a high-rise residential building with the Building Safety Regulator. The guidance is aimed at the principal accountable person or someone authorised to act on their behalf who needs to register a high-rise residential building.


The main items that need to be detailed during an application are:

• Fire and smoke controls

• Fire doors

• Energy supplies, storage, and generation

• The type of structure

• The roof

• Staircases

• External walls

• Building use

• Building works since the original build

• Connections

• Evacuation lifts (if applicable)



Click the link below to read the guidance:



a new guidance titled “Building Safety Regulator: giving us structure and safety information”.
Building Safety Regulator

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