Grenfell tragedy driving procurement change

The Grenfell Tower tragedy on 14 June 2017 in which 72 people lost their lives has set in motion what will be fundamental changes in the regulatory regime surrounding building regulations in the UK. Nick Barrett looks at the key procurement lessons that are emerging from the public inquiry, which could result in equally fundamental changes to how suppliers of construction services are appointed.

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