RIBA warns government to take its Grenfell advice seriously

Jane Duncan

Hackitt ‘at risk of missing critical recommendations’

The RIBA has written to Sajid Javid raising serious concerns about the direction of the Hackitt Review into the Grenfell disaster.

It is worried that some of its key recommendations will be overlooked in the final report due out next month.

It said: “The RIBA is concerned that the current approach of the Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety will not result in the lasting change needed to protect the public.

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