The British Government is banning combustible materials on new high rise homes and giving support to local authorities to carry out emergency remediation work, it has been announced.
The British Government has established a comprehensive Building Safety Programme to ensure that residents of high rise blocks of flats are safe and feel safe, now and in the future.
RICS welcomes the announcement by the Secretary of State, James Brokenshire, at the Conservative Party Conference, banning combustible cladding on all new schools, hospitals, care homes, student accommodation and residential buildings above 18m.
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