Leaseholders at building in London face having to pay £70,000 each to make it safe
Hundreds of residents in London homes close to Grenfell Tower are facing a cold Christmas after council chiefs told them the cladding on two tower blocks was a “substantial” fire hazard and must be removed without delay.
One of the country’s biggest housebuilders has agreed to cover the cost of replacing combustible Grenfell-style cladding, ending months of financial uncertainty for hundreds of householders.
Campaigners claim safety concerns of Salford residents are not being handled properly
Five reports have been published at the start of the fact-finding stage of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire, in which 72 people died. They cover the tower's safety measures, how the fire spread and the evacuation. Here are the key findings.
UK government admits £400m to replace flammable cladding will be taken from Affordable Homes Programme
Tribunal rules that leaseholders in Croydon block are responsible for making building safe
Councils in capital have approved thousands of £1m-plus flats despite crisis in affordable housing, new figures show
The installation of sprinklers in 36 council-owned tower blocks across Manchester is set to go ahead as the widespread ramifications of the Grenfell Tower fire disaster in London which claimed at least 71 lives in the summer continue.
Proposals to build the tallest residential tower in Birmingham – and the fourth largest building in the UK outside London – have been submitted to Birmingham City Council for planning permission.
2one2 Broad Street is a 42-storey development on the site of the former Tramps nightclub.
Burning cladding on Grenfell Tower would have released 14 times more heat than a key government test allows, the Victoria Derbyshire show has learned.
Phil Murphy watched the Grenfell disaster unfold on television from his flat on the eighth floor of a Manchester tower block. The former firefighter immediately decided to check out his own building's safety - and was horrified at what he discovered.
The government has ordered a taskforce to take over parts of Kensington and Chelsea Council in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The US firm that supplied cladding used on London's Grenfell Tower says it has ended global sales of the product for use in high-rise blocks.
Arconic said it was discontinuing sales of Reynobond PE for tower blocks due to "issues" identified by the fire, which is feared to have killed at least 79.
In the wake of the disaster at a west London tower block in which 30 people have been confirmed dead so far, there have been accusations that the government has ignored lessons from previous tower block fires.
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