We are pleased to learn that Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) has passed on our letter to its independent Council on Ethics, and we look forward to the opportunity to meet with their representatives to discuss our concerns. This crisis has left about three million people trapped in unsafe or unsellable flats in the UK; it is of the utmost importance that NBIM engages properly and hears directly from the innocent victims. Read NBIM’s reply to our letter here.
Michael Gove made a major announcement on Monday 10th January declaring, amongst other measures, an additional £4bn to remediate buildings between 11 and 18m in height. This article is our response to that announcement.
This is a guide to the McPartland-Smith amendments to the Building Safety Bill, as at 27 July 2021. We recommend that you read it together with the amendments. Many thanks to Liam Spender for providing this helpful summary.Continue reading “Building Safety Bill: McPartland-Smith Amendments”
End Our Cladding Scandal campaigners and supporters have written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson begging him to end the building safety crisis.Continue reading “Letter to Boris Johnson”
On Wednesday 26 May, we met with Lord Greenhalgh and members of MHCLG’s Building Safety Team to discuss progress.Continue reading “Meeting with Lord Greenhalgh and MHCLG officials”
The Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee has issued a cladding remediation follow-up report. We support the recommendations of the Committee.Continue reading “Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee report published”