Compliance AM

22 June 2022 – British Library Knowledge Centre, London

We'll host delegates from across our network for a morning of networking and knowledge sharing focused on improving building safety within the housing sector. The morning is free to attend for public sector delegates. We hope to see you there.


  • 08:30 – Delegate arrivals – morning refreshments & pastries
  • 09:15 – Welcome – David Smith, Head of Business Partnerships, South East Consortium
  • 09:25 – Managing Property Compliance – are you making these common pitfalls? – Lee Woods, Operations Director, Pennington Choices
  • 09:50Managing Property Compliance – Health & Safety PerspectiveMatthew Gowen, Partner, Birketts LLP
  • 10:15 – SEC’s role in Upskilling in Compliance & Building Safety – Alex Tooke, Training & Events Coordinator, South East Consortium
  • 10:20 – Mid-morning Refreshment Break 
  • 10:50 – Legislation Update: Building Safety Bill vs. Fire Safety Act – Rebecca Rees, Partner & Amanda Stubbs, Partner, Trowers & Hamlins
  • 11:05 – Procuring for Building Safety Panel Discussion – chair. David Ashby, Head of Operations, South East Consortium
    • Paul Nash, Chair of the CIOB’s Construction Quality Commission
    • Amanda Long, Chief Executive, Building a Safer Future
    • Mandeep Bhogil, Director of Operations, Tower Hamlets Community Housing
    • Lysa Nicely, Head of Compliance, Origin Housing 


Tickets are free for public sector delegates from housing associations and local authorities – Register here. 

Commercial delegates are also welcome – tickets cost £40 +  VAT. Register here. 


We’re proud to have Pennington Choices as headline sponsors of our Compliance AM event. The consultants are featured across our frameworks and you can learn more about them below: –

“If you have identified any building safety gaps or are unsure what they are, we can help. At Pennington Choices, we have in-house technical advisors from fire, gas, electric, water and asbestos backgrounds, and our team of Health Check Consultants have held responsibility for housing compliance at an executive and operational level within housing associations, local authorities, ALMOs and contractor businesses. We know first-hand what the building safety pitfalls are, how to avoid them and most importantly, what needs to be done to achieve best practice and fully assured compliance.

We work flexibly and collaboratively to deliver cost and time-effective solutions, working with over 500 private and public sector organisations across the UK. Our depth of knowledge, technical expertise and breadth of service makes us successful at ensuring compliance and safety within buildings. Working closely with you, we tailor our service to your needs, helping you achieve tangible and measurable results. Our expertise, your solution.”

08:30 until 12:00 – Wednesday 22 June

British Library Knowledge Centre, London