Research and analysis

Building Safety Programme: monthly data release - January 2019

The 15th monthly data release from the government’s Building Safety Programme.

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Building Safety Programme: monthly data release – January 2019

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Table 1: social and private sector high-rise residential and publicly-owned buildings with ACM cladding systems unlikely to meet Building Regulations England – 31 January 2019

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Table 2: social and private sector high-rise residential and publicly-owned building ACM remediation, by tenure of residents England – 31 January 2019

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Table 3: local authorities with social and private sector high-rise residential buildings and publicly-owned buildings with ACM cladding systems that are unlikely to meet Building Regulations remain in place – 31 January 2019

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Table 4: samples received by BRE for testing – 31 January 2019

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Table 5: descriptions of large-scale system tests undertaken by the BRE and the number of buildings with similar cladding systems – 31 January 2019

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Table 6: local authorities with social and private sector high-rise residential buildings and publicly-owned buildings that were identified with ACM cladding systems unlikely to meet Building Regulations – 31 January 2019

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Details

This data release uses figures current at 31 January 2019 and gives an update on the testing programme for Aluminium Composite Material cladding and progress identifying buildings with unsafe cladding combinations. This is the 15th in a series of monthly data releases.

Published 7 February 2019