Robert Jenrick reveals cladding plans for highrise leaseholders
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The funds have been announced for leaseholders in highrise residential buildings today. The statement came from Housing Secretary Robert Jenkins.
Speaking today, the Housing Secretary said: “I am therefore, today, making an exceptional intervention on behalf of the Government and providing certainty that leaseholders in high rise residential buildings will face no cost for cladding remediation works.
“We will make further funding available for the removal and replacement of unsafe cladding for all leaseholders of high rise residential buildings of 18 metres or above or above six storeys in England.
“We continue to take a safety-led approach and this funding will focus on the higher rise buildings where the independent expert advisory panel tells us, time and again, the overwhelming majority of the safety risk lies.”
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