Consultation – JMB Building Safety Engagement Strategy

Draft Building Safety Engagement Strategy –¬†Have your say

The Building Safety Act 2022 was introduced in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. It contains reforms aimed at improving the rights, powers and protections of residents and homeowners so that homes are safer and it makes clear how residential buildings should be constructed, maintained and made safe.

The Act is clear that residents must have more say in how their building is kept safe and includes a statutory obligation for those responsible for the safety of high-rise buildings to develop a strategy outlining how they plan to involve residents in decision-making about building safety.

Residents of high-rise buildings have a critical role to play in creating building safety and have unique insights that can support us to improve our approach to resident engagement. Our draft strategy outlines our proposed approach to how we plan to do that.

If you are a tenant or leaseholder in a flat in one of the following buildings we want to hear from you:

LEATHERMARKET BUILDING SAFETY STRATEGY

Please follow link below to complete the survey:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XX2NJND

If you are dissatisfied with the way the survey is being conducted and would like to raise a complaint, please follow our complaints procedure: https://leathermarketjmb.org.uk/make-a-complaint/

We thank everyone for their valuable input and the time spent on helping us to shape this very important piece of work.

 

Igor Novokreshchenov, Resident Engagement Officer