Work to remove Grenfell-style cladding yet to begin at 135 buildings

Grenfell Tower Almost a third of buildings in England identified as having Grenfell-style flammable cladding have yet to undergo work to remove it, according to Government data. A total of 458 high-rise residential and publicly owned buildings were found to have aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding, an increase of […] Click here to view original…

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Remediation of two-thirds of ACM-clad buildings not finished

Latest data shows 243 buildings still have ACM cladding, more than three years on from Grenfell fire Two-thirds of the 458 buildings identified as having dangerous ACM cladding systems have not yet completed work to remove and replace the cladding, according to the latest official data. The latest monthly […] Click here to view original…

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Combustible cladding to be removed from Aylesbury flats

After over three years, combustible cladding on a block of flats in Aylesbury looks set to be removed. A planning application has gone in to replace the materials on the front of Friars House. The flats sit above Friars Square Shopping Centre and were one of the few buildings […] Click here to view original…

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Government urged to speed up cladding remediation process

The second report from the Industry Safety Steering Group on the progress of culture change in the construction sector was issued on 5 August, which highlighted the need for further change for the industry now, ahead of the legislation. The Minister of State for Building Safety and Communities responded […] Click here to view original…

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