Guidance

Data collection tracking ACM remediation progress: new burdens assessment

A new burdens assessment for the reporting of ACM remediation data by local authorities.

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Data collection tracking ACM remediation progress: new burdens assessment

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As part of the Building Safety Programme’s purpose to make buildings safe and residents feel safe, local authorities have been providing monthly updates on the identification of buildings in their area with ACM cladding systems which have failed the BRE large scale tests, and what plans are in place for remediation work. This is used to track remediation work so that we can ensure that where cladding which has failed the BRE tests has been found, steps are being taken to make the building safe. This is the new burdens assessment for collecting this data.

Published 29 November 2018