It is very similar to the excuses that developers give for not disclosing their viability study to justify scraping affordable housing.
Basically the same way that Council and residents are told to trust a developer saying they need such and such and scrap that because otherwise it’s not viable, here we are told to trust that the risk assessment has been undertaken, without any possibility to verify and even question it.
For the record, last time a court asked a developer to disclose it viability assessment, it was proven completely that its only goal was to safeguard their own huge profit. I fear that the same might be true for the safety assessment here…