After reading the agenda for the next council meeting it seems that no one is aware of this issue.
Brent Council has three months left to collect all the data to meet the requirements of The Building Safety Act by the 30th September 2023.
Failure to comply could see the council being fined, or officers and councillors being imprisoned for up to 2 years.
There are three issues that the council have to comply with:
1) Registering all their high-rises2) Within 28 days of registration, applying for a safety certificate, including Resident Profiles.3) Publishing a safety case,.including Resident Engagement Strategies.
FIRNTEC consultants have reported that it will take 2 months per building to collect all the data to prepare a 'safety case' and a further month to draft a safety case.
So as Brent has around 40 buildings in scope (18metres or higher) they need to start collecting all the information to be compliant by the deadline.
FIRNTEC also say that after the safety case has been published, there needs to be 'an action plan' published for each building but they have not given any timeline for this issue.
Letter composed by a concerned Brent resident (details supplied)