15th September 2023
“The 30 September deadline for registration of existing, occupied higher-risk buildings under the BSA is fast approaching. Failure to register is a criminal offence. If you manage a high-rise residential building, read on for essential registration information.” – Pawan Pandit
Under the Building Safety Act 2022 (BSA), the principal accountable person for a higher-risk building must ensure that the building is registered with the Building Safety Regulator (the BSR) before the building is occupied. It’s an offence for a building to be occupied but not registered.
Walker Morris’ BSA experts can provide expert, tailored advice on all aspects of the BSA, including help with registration of higher-risk buildings, if required. If you have any building safety queries, concerns or training requirements, please call Pawan Pandit, who will be very happy to help.
 See also government guidance about the information required (Applying to register a high-rise residential building – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)