BOPAS breakfast briefing

26 March 2019 , Lloyd's Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, London,  EC3M 4BS

This event is now fully booked due to popular demand. Next breakfast briefing will be held in May. Further details to be announced.

The Buildoffsite Property Assurance Scheme (BOPAS) has been developed to provide assurance to the lending community and valuers that non-traditional products or technologies or systems of construction can be used in new house-building with total confidence and traceability, with the option of insurance cover to provide additional certainty.

BOPAS certification is available to constructors, designers, manufacturers as well as project management designers and project management manufacturers. It provides confirmation that new properties, built using non-traditional forms of construction, will be sufficiently durable to support loans over a period of not less than 60 years. The availability of a BOPAS certification is a recognised means to manage financial and construction risk and is proving to be of particular interest to private purchasers requiring a mortgage, institutional investors in new public and private sector housing developments, and client groups including RSLs and LAs

This breakfast briefing will provide an overview of BOPAS Certification and its role in supporting innovative forms of house-building

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Agenda

08.00  Registration & coffee

08.30  Welcome and introduction – Professor Nicholas Whitehouse

08.45  The BOPAS Scheme – presented by Terry Mundy, (Lloyd’s Register) and  Jeff Maxted, (BLP)

  • Context and benefits
  • Accreditation process and website
  • Durability assessment process
  • BOPAS warranty provision

09.15  BOPAS Accredited Buildoffsite member McAvoy (Graeme O’Doherty) – their journey

09.25  Q&A and Discussion

09.55  Closing Summary

10.00  Close and networking