700,000 people across the country are still living with dangerous cladding People in Birmingham who are still living with Grenfell-style cladding have been putting their questions to the Buildings Safety Minster. Birmingham MPs Preet Gill and Shabana Mahmood hosted the summit, with residents and Lord Greenhalgh. It’s thought 700,000 […] Click here to view original…

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Roundtable discussion on the cladding scandal with affected residents, Lord Greenhalgh, Minister for Building Safety and Communities, Mike Amesbury MP, Shadow Minister for Housing, Communities and Local Government, and Birmingham MPs.

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A couple living in a flat with dangerous cladding say their life is ‘on hold’ and they may have to declare bankruptcy due to the £25,000 cost of having it removed. Abi Tubis, 29, of Leeds, is among the thousands of people across the UK who are trapped living […] Click here to view original…

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Post-Grenfell building safety reforms published

The government has published a series of proposals to improve building safety and give residents and leaseholders greater say and control in the costs they will face. Three years after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, a consultation also seeks views on implementing the recommendations from the resulting enquiry which looks […] Click here to view original…

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Councils pledge to resume unsafe cladding removal during Covid-19

© Robynofexeter Leaders from 25 councils across the UK have pledged to ensure vital building safety work, including the removal of unsafe cladding on high-rise buildings, continues in the face of Covid-19 The leaders from 25 councils have pledged their commitment to ensuring vital building safety work continues where […] Click here to view original…

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