All leaseholders are innocent – but not all are protected

Nearly seven years after the Grenfell Tower fire, hundreds of thousands of ordinary people remain trapped in unsafe, unsellable and sometimes uninsurable homes.

All leaseholders are 100% innocent and must be protected from remediation costs. There should be no “non-qualifying” leases, and all multi-occupancy residential buildings should qualify for leaseholder protections, regardless of the building height or whether it is leaseholder-owned or enfranchised.

Here are just a few examples of people whose lives continue to be impacted by this national scandal because they have been deemed “non-qualifying” leaseholders. (You can also view these videos on our YouTube playlist).

Lisa’s Story

Lisa’s Story

Laura’s Story

Paul’s Story

Caroline’s Story

Patsy’s Story

Kerry’s Story

Suzy’s Story

The End Our Cladding Scandal campaign calls on the Government to lead an urgent, national effort to fix the building safety crisis.

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