flammable cladding


Grenfell Inquiry: Government “hid” fire safety risks to buildings

Consecutive governments have been accused of “deliberately covering up” the dangers posed to combustible materials before the Grenfell Tower fire. Read More

Government bans combustible cladding

Combustible materials will not be allowed on the external walls of new buildings over 18-metres containing flats, hospitals, residential care premises, dormitories in boarding schools and student accommodation. Read More

Flammable cladding removed from just 3 out of 300 council-buildings since Grenfell

800 tower blocks across the country are estimated to still have flammable cladding, almost 9 months since the Grenfell Tower Read More



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