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Communities minister to speak at ESC summit

The Electrical Safety Council (ESC) has announced that communities and local government minister Don Foster will be the keynote speaker at its industry summit on Tuesday 12 March.

Mr Foster will discuss the changes to Part P of the Building Regulations, recently announced by his department, and take questions from delegates at the event, which will bring together key players from the electrical industry.

As well as discussions around Part P, the event will also cover issues ranging from what the Green Deal means for contractors, to the ongoing review of housing standards.

ESC director general Phil Buckle said: “The electrical industry is experiencing considerable change and we share Government’s desire that the industry should take a collaborative approach to the changes to its landscape.

“We are delighted that Don Foster is able to join us to discuss these changes and how we can work together with the electrical industry and with government to make the public fully aware of Part P and its requirements.”

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