Birmingham high-rise flat owners face £500,000 insurance hike

Michelle Henry has lived at Brindley House since 2011 Flat owners at a tower block in Birmingham say they face a joint insurance bill of about £500,000 due to changes brought in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Last year, owners of the 182 flats in Brindley House […] Click here to view original…

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Remember Grenfell?

Our cause is gathering support, even those not directly affected can see importance of action for affected leaseholders. Read this blog piece from Birmingham blog writer Robbie: This may seem a rather left-field subject for me to write about. However, I have friends who I met through a social running club, who are suffering due…

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Leaseholders ask for funding amid COVID-19 outbreak

A JOINT statement from cladding action groups made up of leaseholders from across the UK have called on the government to help fund interim safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. Inside Housing reported on the statement from the Birmingham Leasehold Action Group, the Leeds Cladding Scandal group, Manchester Cladiators […] Click here to view original…

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A week ago we were sitting around the kitchen table planning our trip down to the #EndOurCladdingCrisis outside parliament. Conversation lead us to the realisation that it wasn’t just our leaseholders in our development that were grappling with this life changing issue. There would be many other leaseholders in Birmingham and the West Midlands in…

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