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Building Safety Act 2022: remediation orders and the implications for the construction sector—Construction Law

Pauline Lam, Senior associate in the Russell-Cooke Solicitors, property litigation team.
Pauline Lam
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An article co-authored by senior associate Pauline Lam has appeared in Construction Law, examining the first Remediation Order under the Building Safety Act 2022 and the expected implications for the construction sector, reinforced by the recent Leigham Court Road decision in which case Pauline acted for the leaseholders (instructing Robert Bowker of Tanfield Chambers who co-authored this article).

“For some time, it has been understood that the BSA would have significant implications for the construction sector. The Leigham Court Road decision reinforces that.”
Construction Law

The full article is available to read online on Construction Law (by subscription only) or via an online PDF.

Pauline is a senior associate in the property litigation team. She advises businesses, charities and individuals on property disputes and avoidance. She increasingly advises on cases involving cladding remediation, building defects and issues arising from the Building Safety Act 2022 for groups of leaseholders, resident management and right-to-manage companies, commercial tenants as well as landlords and developers. 

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