The building safety case and the golden thread: What will your building need?

Recorded on 19 June, 2023

Legal & compliance updates for managing agents - 2023 Q2 Edition

Our Q2 webinar, The Building Safety Case and the Golden Thread: What will your building need?,  delivers the insight you need to manage the requirements of the Building Safety Act when it becomes law this October.

Join us to find out: 

  • What information about the building, its construction, residents, safety measure, and additional features is required.
  • Practical advice on how you and your team can work with residents to assemble, store, and retrieve everything you need. 
  • Guidance on financing your Building Safety Case.  

Meet our panelists:


Nigel has an extensive international career in downstream oil, financial software, and investment banking. He founded a property management company in 2009 and was appointed CEO of the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) in 2016.



Dorian Lawrence, Managing Director of FRC, has over 30 years’ experience in the building industry and is a Chartered Building Engineer, and member of the Cladding Works – On-site Project Engagement Forum and is currently working with Homes England as an assessor for the Mid-Rise Funding Scheme.



Dr Shaun Lundy is Director of Strategy and Innovation at Tetra Consulting, a large national H&S consultancy, and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Greenwich, School of Design. Shaun also works closely with the Institute of Residential Property Managers (IRPM) and the Association and Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) providing advice, training and support as a member of their respective H&S committees.

Shaun supported Working Group 8, developing the competency standards for the new Building Safety Manager role. Following on from his appointment as Chair of the Occupational Safety and Health Register (OSHCR) Shaun recently joined the Building Safety Alliance that is working to develop a competency register for BSM and others involved in property management.