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Landmark collaboration to protect against future pandemic threats and slash time to develop and deploy new diagnostics, therapeutics and vaccines to 100 days.
The government has published independent expert advice that will inform a decision on the future of Grenfell Tower.
The key pieces of independent, expert advice that will inform a decision, including from structural engineers; about mental and physical health; and justice.
An update from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
A letter and update from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
An update for the Grenfell community.
A new sector-led approach to achieving consensus in building works has been developed by a taskforce of the Joint Regulators Group.
On the date of publication, this document outlines the government’s current position on implementation of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 recommendations.
Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock gave the virtual opening speech for the Pandemic Preparedness Partnership Conference.
An update for the community on the electricity substation on the ground floor of Grenfell Tower.
The Government will launch a new Pandemic Preparedness Partnership (PPP) to save lives from future diseases and prevent another global pandemic.
This letter reminds building control bodies and fire safety professionals that Kingspan has retracted three test reports by Kingspan Insulation Ltd.
Why the Tower is being rewrapped and how that will be managed.
Housing Secretary unveils a 5-point plan which will provide reassurance to homeowners and confidence to the housing market.
Share your views about Grenfell Tower and the future memorial.
Letters regarding the ministerial direction to fund fire alarms for private and social sector buildings over 18 metres with unsafe cladding and with a Waking Watch.
Fund announced to help end the scandal of excessive waking watch costs, as part of a further move to support thousands of residents in high-rise buildings.
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