Homeowners caught in the cladding scandal are coming under enormous financial pressure. These organisations may be able to help if you are struggling.
Citizens Advice: Free, confidential information and advice on your rights, including advice on money, housing, legal and other problems.
Money Advice Service: Free and impartial money advice.
National Debtline: Information and advice about debt, including a helpline, online webchat and sample letters for writing to creditors.
Shelter: Advice, support and legal services for people struggling with bad housing or homelessness, including free advice about money problems, debt and budgeting.
StepChange: Free advice about money problems, debt and budgeting.
The Trussell Trust: Emergency food and support for people in need, including a searchable list of local foodbanks.
Turn2Us: Helps people in financial difficulty to access benefits, grants and support services.
The government should provide the money up front and then seek to recover it from any responsible parties or via a temporary levy on development
We are calling on the Government to End Our Cladding Scandal with 10 Steps