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Non-profit organisation Justice4Grenfell has launched a campaign calling for justice and accountability, four years to the day that 72 people lost their lives in the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017.
By Belinda Liversedge on 14 June 2021
MPs have for the third time voted down amendments in the Fire Safety Bill that would prevent fire safety remediation works being passed onto leaseholders.
By Belinda Liversedge on 29 April 2021
The government’s recently announced plan to fund the removal of unsafe cladding from residential buildings over 18 metres does not go far enough.
By Jonathan O’Neill, Fire Protection Association on 17 March 2021
A shortage of contractors to remove flammable cladding from high rise apartment buildings means people will be living in potentially unsafe homes for years to come.
By Nigel Glen, Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) on 03 March 2021
Cladding used on Grenfell was ten times more flammable than an alternative product that could have been used, an inquiry heard yesterday.
By Belinda Liversedge on 17 February 2021
Is it time for the public to take back safety?
By Matthew Holder on 01 December 2020
The British Safety Council has called for stronger sanctions in any non-compliance with fire safety, in a recent government consultation linked to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
By British Safety Council on 04 November 2020
The Fire Safety Bill, introduced to the UK Parliament during lockdown, is likely to become law in the autumn.
By Katherine Metcalfe, Pinsent Masons LLP on 03 September 2020
As parliament goes away for summer recess until 1 September, the government has published the Building Safety Bill.
By Charles Pitt, British Safety Council on 10 August 2020
Government will miss its deadline for removing dangerous combustible cladding from high-rise buildings, it has been revealed on the anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire.
By Belinda Liversedge on 25 June 2020