Learning from the Grenfell tragedy to make homes safer.

This week plans were announced to require industry to pay to remove dangerous cladding from buildings – protecting leaseholders from spiralling costs while making buildings safer.

  • More than four years after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, many leaseholders face large bills for safety issues they did not cause, while those responsible dodge accountability.
  • So it has been announced that developers must pay for the removal of dangerous cladding on all buildings between 11 and 18 metres – and firms have until March to put forward a remediation plan or will face commercial and legal sanctions.
  • These plans will guarantee that no leaseholder living in a medium-rise building will pay a penny to fix dangerous cladding, while making residential builds safer for everyone. 


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