Premier Guarantee will once again host expert speakers to discuss the key issues facing the construction industry this year.
InSite 2023, tickets for which you can get here, invites delegates to hear speakers debate and discuss the Building Safety Act, the 2025 Future Homes Standard, the codes of practice as well as gaining valuable guidance and advice.
Attendees will have the chance to put questions to the speakers. Amongst them will be Neil Hope-Collins from the Building Safety Regulator who will be discussing how to navigate gateways 2 & 3 as well as building control and the golden thread.
These events have a key role to play in raising awareness for building safety, of the Building Safety Act and the changes that are coming through. If you have an opportunity to come to an event like this and you haven’t done so then please do.
Other speakers include:
The event is a great way to network with those in the know, discuss key matters with industry peers and learn how best to navigate the road ahead in an important year for us all.
Following the last InSite event in January, 100% of the plus-100 attendees stated that they would recommend it to others and would attend again in the future.
Previous speakers spoke of InSite’s importance to everybody working in the construction industry.
Paul Nash said: "These events have a key role to play in raising awareness for building safety, of the Building Safety Act and the changes that are coming through. If you have an opportunity to come to an event like this and you haven’t done so then please do."
Peter Dawber was equally enthusiastic.
"In the room we’ve got a great room of contractors, designers, clients who can interact and you can see in the room, a lot of people are mixing," Peter said. "Just to get assurance that you are on the right track or maybe find out that you need to catch up a bit more. Just to get that peer review is invaluable."
The conference will be held on Tuesday 26 September in London, Savoy Place from 10am.
To see the agenda and to get your tickets, click here.
Every care was taken to ensure the information in this article was correct at the time of publication (June 2023). Guidance provided does not replace the reader’s professional judgement and any construction project should comply with the relevant Building Regulations or applicable technical standards. For the most up to date Premier Guarantee technical guidance please refer to your Risk Management Surveyor and the latest version of the Premier Guarantee Technical Manual.