List of developers who have signed building safety repairs pledge

List of developers who have pledged to commit to remediate life critical fire safety works in buildings over 11 metres.

Applies to England

On 10 January 2022 the Secretary of State for the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities set out his approach to resetting building safety in England.

This established the principle that leaseholders must be protected and that the industry responsible should pay to fix the problems it created.

As at 1 November 2023, 52 developers have signed a pledge committing to remediate life critical fire safety works in buildings over 11 metres that they have played a role in developing or refurbishing over the last 30 years in England.

Developers making this commitment have also agreed to reimburse any funding received from government remediation programmes in relation to buildings they had a role in developing or refurbishing.

These agreements were reached following constructive discussions with developers and the Home Builders Federation and will protect leaseholders from the costs of remediation of life-critical fire safety defects.

Each developer who signs the pledge is expected to sign a legally binding contract reflecting these pledges and inform leaseholders in affected buildings how they will be meeting their commitments. See the contract and list of developers who have singed the contract.

The work does not stop here. The government is fully committed to ensuring those responsible pay to fix the problems they created. We have initiated discussions with further developers with a view to signing the pledge and we will continue to pursue those who played a role in developing unsafe buildings.

Unlike the approach taken by responsible developers, cladding and insulation manufacturers have not delivered. The Secretary of State wrote to the Construction Products Association on 13 April 2022 and warned he will do whatever it takes to hold them to account.

Developers who have agreed to a pledge:

  • Allison Homes
  • Anthology Group Ltd
  • Avant
  • Ballymore
  • Barratt
  • Bellway
  • Berkeley
  • Bewley
  • Bloor
  • Cala
  • Canary Wharf Group
  • CG Fry
  • Churchill Retirement
  • Countryside
  • Crest Nicholson
  • Croudace
  • Davidsons
  • Dandara
  • Fairview
  • Galliard Homes
  • Gleeson
  • Hill Group
  • Hopkins Homes
  • Inland Homes
  • Jelson
  • Keepmoat Homes
  • Landsec
  • Lifestory Group Ltd
  • Lioncourt Homes
  • London Square
  • Lovell
  • Mactaggart & Mickel
  • McCarthy Stone
  • Miller Homes
  • Morris Homes
  • Persimmon
  • Redrow
  • Regal London
  • Robertson
  • Rowland Homes
  • Seven Capital PLC
  • Shanly Homes
  • St Modwen
  • Story Homes
  • Strata
  • Taylor Wimpey
  • Telford homes
  • Tilia
  • Vistry Group
  • Wainhomes
  • Weston Homes
  • William Davis
Published 13 April 2022
Last updated 1 November 2023 + show all updates
  1. Added Seven Capital PLC to the list.

  2. Added Regal London to the list.

  3. Added Dandara to the list.

  4. Added Canary Wharf Group to the list

  5. Added Landsec to the list.

  6. Added Anthology Group Ltd and Lifestory Group Ltd to the list

  7. First published.