Learning from Grenfell
Following the devastating and tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in 2017, the regulatory framework and fire safety processes for the design and build profession are rapidly evolving. With key regulations now moving through parliament and new guidance being produced, the importance of understanding the latest changes and what is to come is intensifying.
The Architects’ Journal and AJ Specification hosted a one-day online conference on the 4 November 2021 examining the lessons learned from the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy to date, focussing on the implications for design, specification, and management within architectural practices.
Expert contributors shared their knowledge with practitioners and practice managers through a series of panels, talks, case studies and roundtables on the new rules and procedures they need to understand, especially in relation to tall buildings.
The event was chaired by Paul Hyett PPRIBA, who acted for the Grenfell Inquiry in providing expert architectural evidence.
Buy your digital pass to access all content from the Fire Safety Design Conference and the opportunity to gain critical insights on the very latest regulations and standards.