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In the immediate aftermath of Grenfell, 24-hour security patrols were introduced in a number of buildings known to have similarly dangerous cladding. This was formalised with the publication in October 2017 of guidance by the National Fire Chiefs Council for buildings requiring ‘simultaneous evacuation’ as a result of fire safety defects.
Many building with Cladding and fire safety issues have had difficulty in securing insurance, or premiums have increase significantly.
An EWS1, has been created, to be provided to the RICS Member and Lender during the valuation process. The EWS form is a clear and transparent pro-forma completed by a fire expert, on behalf of the building owner, who will advise whether works are required.
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