Regulation 7 Guidance on facades
Posted: 29th September 2020
In November 2018 changes to the Building Regulations banned the use of combustible material in the external walls of certain high-rise buildings in England. This has prompted many questions about how such walls and facades may now be constructed. The Society of Façade Engineering has collaborated with the Centre for Window and Cladding Technology to produce guidance on the current regulations, which is now available from the CWCT website.
The guidance is based on the best knowledge available at the time of publication. Due to the continuing development of policy and government guidance this document should be read in conjunction with the relevant current government guidance on ‘the ban on combustible materials’.
It is intended that the guidance will be maintained and revised as further information becomes available. Your feedback is an important part of this process. If you identify any gaps in the guidance or encounter conflict, inconsistency or disagreement over different interpretations, we would like to know. Please email any feedback to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
This publication is intended for use only by appropriately qualified designers, specifiers and others (with relevant experience) in each case having regard to the particular circumstances and requirements of each case, and exercising professional judgement including the reasonable skill and care to be expected or a professional of the relevant discipline, in that context.
CWCT and SFE accept no duty of care, obligation or liability, whatsoever, to its members or others, in relation to the use of this publication for any purpose.
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