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Building Safety Act and CDM Regulations Advisor

Levitt Bernstein
London (Greater)
Salary dependent on experience
Closing date
15 May 2024

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Levitt Bernstein creates beautiful, sustainable buildings and places for people to live, work and play in. We are an award-winning design practice of architects, urban designers and landscape architects with studios in London and Manchester. Our focus is on the needs of the end users of our buildings, listening to our clients and communities as we design. 

We are a welcoming, friendly, collaborative practice with an open working culture. We foster a supportive working environment that’s inclusive as well as diverse. A good idea can come from anyone in the practice and different perspectives are valued.

Our London studio is looking for a Building Safety Act and CDM Regulations Advisor to join our Detail Studio and support our design teams across all projects where we are appointed under the Building Safety Act and/or CDM Regulations. 

You must be a qualified Architect (ARB) or Architectural Technologist (CIAT) with a minimum of five years’ post-professional qualification experience.

Key responsibilities include:

  • Contribute to project design and technical reviews in relation to CDM and BSA
  • Maintain good relationships with clients, consultants and contractors
  • Oversee design work for compliance on projects, including Project Quality Plans
  • Oversee and undertake the role of BSA PD and CDM PD on multiple projects
  • Assist with the dissemination of specialist project knowledge and mentoring of less experienced staff as appropriate.

An understanding and knowledge of the BS Act and the CDM Regulations required. Also, an awareness of and ability to navigate the requirements of current Building Regulations, Approved Codes of Practice, British Standards is an advantage.

You will have excellent communication skills, an attention to detail and the ability to work well within a team. Knowledge of Revit is essential.

We will provide appropriate CDM and BR Principal Designer training.

We have introduced hybrid working to allow staff to work from home on agreed days.

If you are interested in working for a design-led organisation in a stimulating and sociable environment, please send your CV, portfolio, covering letter and salary expectation to: Jo Sherratt, HR Manager, Levitt Bernstein 

The full job description is available on request.


Levitt Bernstein is committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion and welcomes applications from all members of the community.

No agencies.



Levitt Bernstein is an award-winning practice with a progressive outlook towards the design and development process. We believe that good design has the ability to elevate practical and mundane buildings and spaces into places of delight and enduring quality – creating better places to live, work and socialise.

From our design studios in London and Manchester, we use our skills in architecture, urban design and landscape architecture to work on housing, education, health, arts and commercial projects of all shapes, sizes and budgets across the country.

Our long tradition of research and advocacy also means that we encourage others to follow our lead in creating better spaces, in particular when it comes to the critical issues of design standards and sustainability.

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1 Kingsland Passage
E8 2BB

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