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16 September 2022 Government pension's consultation on the reporting of climate change risks

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has published a consultation on proposals to require Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) administering authorities (AAs) in England and Wales to assess, manage and report on climate change risks.

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Published articles

20 July 2022 RAAC planks and its impact on local authorities

Recent reports of flat roofs constructed using RAAC planks collapsing without warning prompted the SCOSS alert.

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Legal update

24 June 2022 Welsh Human Rights Bill: A parting of the ways?

The Welsh Government has published a report setting out a blueprint for devolution of justice and policing in Wales that pulls no punches in making the case for taking greater control from Westminster.

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Blog

14 June 2022 Responding to Grenfell – Slow progress is better than none

As the Grenfell Inquiry continues, how have the Phase 1 recommendations changed the fire safety and building safety landscape?

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Building Safety Bill – what’s coming and how will it affect you?

In anticipation of the adoption of the Building Safety Bill, our specialist compliance and regulatory team will give an overview of the measures proposed in the Bill.

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Blog

28 April 2022 Building Safety Bill receives Royal Assent

The new regime introduced by the Act will take shape over the next 18 months, but those who design, build or manage high rise buildings are being urged to get ready for the changes to be introduced through the act.

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Legal update

15 March 2022 Aarhus Legal Costs

A recent judgment handed down by the Administrative Court in Wales has confirmed that cost protection under the Aarhus Convention did apply to a claim brought by an environmental activist against the Welsh Ministers.

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Legal update

15 February 2022 Covid-19 Public Inquiry

The start of the public inquiry into Covid-19 in the UK has moved one step closer with the appointment on December 17 2021 of Baroness Heather Hallett to chair the inquiry. The inquiry was announced in May last year and is due to start in the spring of 2022.

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Blog

7 December 2021 Guidance to help SMEs bidding for government contracts

The cabinet office has produced a very useful guide to help SMEs considering bidding for government contracts.

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Legal update

5 November 2021 HSE’s focus on occupational health to continue?

With a new 10-year strategy in the pipeline, will this focus continue and what is this likely to mean for HSE inspection and enforcement activities?

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