Our statements on various aspects of the building safety crisis

Our statement on Labour’s Manifesto15/06/2024
Our statement on the seventh anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire 13/07/2024
Our statement on the LUHC Select Committee’s Report on Shared Ownership06/04/2024
Our statement on launch of the ABI’s Fire Safety Reinsurance Facility13/03/2024
Leasehold and Freehold Reform Bill: Ensuring the Building Safety Act operates as intended12/03/2024
Are shared owners in London being left behind?11/03/2024
End Our Cladding Scandal Manifesto01/10/2023
Our statement on the sixth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire 14/06/2023
Our statement on Michael Gove’s interview with the Sunday Times29/01/2023
No backsliding: Developer safety pledges must be turned into unambiguous legal contracts without further delay07/11/2022
Why we need better protection in the Building Safety Bill12/04/2022
Our statement on lending and valuation industries “Joint Statement on Cladding” announcement 01/04/2022
Our statement on LUHC Select Committee’s Building Safety: Remediation and Funding Report11/03/2022
Our statement on proposed amendments to the Building Safety Bill15/02/2022
Relief from exorbitant insurance costs needed urgently30/01/2022
Our response to Michael Gove’s announcement on 10th January 202212/01/2022
Our statement following Select Committee on 8th November08/11/2021
Our statement on EWS1 requirements – Building Safety Bill22/07/2021
Fire Safety Bill: official EOCS statement01/05/2021
Our response to RICS guidance on valuation of residential buildings with cladding
Our response to the Budget Statement03/03/2021

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