Councils have a duty to ensure that buildings under their control comply with appropriate statutory, regulatory and corporate standards. This is an increasingly complex responsibility, not least because much of the day to day responsibility for building operations is often delegated to individual premises level.
Further dates and locations are detailed below and the programme schedule can be downloaded for event details and timings.
17 January 2019Starts: 10:00Ends: 16:30
IBIS Styles NEC/Airport BirminghamBickenhill LaneBirminghamB40 1PJ[See map]
£375.00 excl VAT
£325.00 excl VAT
The complexity of managing buildings and ensuring they comply with appropriate statutory responsibilities is often not fully appreciated – until something goes wrong. The incidence of non-compliance should not come as a surprise, but the reality is that it usually only comes to light following an incident or accident, by which time it is too late to take any preventative actions.
In addition to the direct consequences of any incident, the council could be faced with damage to its reputation, financial loss, individual officers facing legal proceedings and in the worst case, the loss of lives of building users.
The event will:
The learning objectives for the event include:
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Susan Robinson is an RICS qualified surveyor and senior property advisor within the CIPFA group. Susan delivers the CIPFA’s Strategic Assets Network and Property Training Network across the UK and Highway Asset Management Network, as well as advising on asset managements and asset valuation issues throughout the UK and undertaking a range of related consultancy projects.
Jane is a chartered surveyor with over 35 years’ experience in the property industry. For the past fifteen years, she has focused on the development and implementation of strategic asset management within the public sector. Jane worked for CIPFA as a Property Advisor for over seven years and is now working as a CIPFA Associate delivering professional training and consultancy work to help improve the efficiency and effectiveness in the way public sector land and buildings are managed. During 2017/18, she worked for the ESFA providing technical advice on the Capital Efficiency and Capability Programme, in particular in the development of the Good Estate Management for Schools guidance.
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