Congratulations to Craig Fisher!

Congratulations to Craig Fisher for successfully passing the C19 Fire Safety Design of Buildings course, certified by the Fire Protection Association. By taking and successfully passing the course, Craig has developed a thorough understanding of building regulations and guidance documents and their interpretation of building fire safety systems that promote life safety. The FPA provides […]

11th November 2020 | read more »

Frankham Consultancy Group & Frankham Risk Management Services have retained their ISO 45001 Certification

We are proud to announce both Frankham Consultancy Group & Frankham Risk Management Services have retained their ISO 45001 Certification following our recent Surveillance Audit. The Alcumus Auditor found zero major or minor non-conformances & raised three opportunities for improvements which have now been actioned & included in our Health & Safety Management System & […]

3rd November 2020 | read more »

Frankham Consultancy Group agrees with the open letter by the CLC

The Frankham Consultancy Group agrees with the open letter by Andy Mitchell, Co-Chair of the Construction Leadership Council, to the construction industry following the Prime Minister’s announcement about a national lockdown in England. It was announced construction and manufacturing should continue, and all Frankham Group companies will remain open to support the Government and the […]

2nd November 2020 | read more »

Further ecological surveys at Hoo Peninsula

Works on the new country park on the Hoo Peninsula at Chattenden are continuing at a pace and Frankham Projects are involved in further ecological surveys and direction. We have recently been asked to undertake additional preliminary ecological appraisals and will ensure that they are undertaken in the defined window and delivered back to the […]

29th October 2020 | read more »

John Powell speaking on BBC Morning Live

John Powell, Managing Director of Frankham Risk Management Services, speaking on BBC Morning Live about issues with the EWS1 form. “If the lenders are so insistent on having an EWS1 form, then we’ve either got to change the EWS1 form or we’ve got to get rid of it.” You can watch all of the segment […]

27th October 2020 | read more »

Frankham Projects appointed at Russell House

Frankham Projects have been appointed to revise a previously consented planning application at Russell House in Chatham. The planning application granted consent for the conversion of the derelict former sheltered accommodation block into a much needed ‘Foyer’ facility for young people which would provide accommodation, teaching and learning facilities, functional office areas and a large […]

22nd October 2020 | read more »

Congratulations Georgia Clements!

Congratulations to Georgia Clements for passing her NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety! NEBOSH is the gold standard in health and safety qualifications and demonstrates Georgia’s commitment to developing her career.

16th October 2020 | read more »

ACM Cladding Grant Approval Success

We have supported one of our clients on their application for grant funding from the Private Sector ACM Cladding Remediation Fund. We are delighted to hear that the application has been successful and discover it is one of the largest grant payments to date. The Frankham Consultancy Group can now assist with replacing the ACM […]

25th September 2020 | read more »

The Frankham Consultancy Group retains Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation

We are delighted to announce that we have passed our Cyber Essentials Plus assessment and have retained our accreditation for another year. Our assessment included a technical audit of our systems, an external vulnerability assessment, an internal scan and an on-site assessment. Being accredited demonstrates our commitment to cyber security and helps protect us against […]

24th September 2020 | read more »

Sir Bob Neill addressing the issues surrounding insurance and EWS1 forms

Sir Bob Neill (Bromley and Chislehurst, Conservative) speaking at the House of Commons addressing the issues surrounding insurance and EWS1 forms, in addition to removing the obstacles to fire risk assessors undertaking the work in keeping buildings safe. During his speech Sir Bob Neill mentions an article on the EWS process, written by John Powell, […]

10th September 2020 | read more »