A statement on Design for Fire Safety, issued following the devastating and tragic fire at Grenfell Tower, West London. The statement takes the form of a general commentary, guidance to RIBA members, and recommendations to Government.
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This statement, provided by the RSAW, gives additional information regarding the Welsh context around designing for fire safety and builds upon the RIBA statement issued following the devastating and tragic fire at Grenfell Tower. Topics covered include the matter of devolved Building Regulations and the Welsh Government's official response to the fire in West London.
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