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10 June 1921 to 9 April 2021
This letter reminds building control bodies and fire safety professionals that Kingspan has retracted three test reports by Kingspan Insulation Ltd.
Housing Secretary unveils a 5-point plan which will provide reassurance to homeowners and confidence to the housing market.
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.
Joanne Livingstone has been appointed Chair of the Firefighters’ Pension Scheme Advisory Board of England (SAB).
Letter from the Secretary of State for Communities, the Rt Hon Robert Jenrick MP, to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
The government is set to publish its landmark Bill to deliver the biggest changes to building safety for nearly 40 years and make residents safer in their homes.
The government is bringing forward changes that will improve building and fire safety, so that people will be, and will feel, safer in their homes.
This circular letter draws attention to the publication of revised Building Regulations and Fire Safety Procedural Guidance.
This circular draws attention to amendments to Approved Document B (fire safety) 2019 edition, volume 1: Dwellings & volume 2: buildings other than dwellings.
A further update to reforms of the building safety system, including the publication of the Building Safety Fund for the remediation of non-ACM cladding systems prospectus.
Essential safety work to replace unsafe cladding on high-rise buildings will continue during the Covid-19 emergency.
Letter to stakeholders to provide an update on non-ACM remediation and the Building Safety Fund.
Letter from Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick MP on the government’s plan to reform the building safety system, including the impact of COVID-19 on remediation of unsafe cladding.
New measures announced include mandatory sprinkler systems and consistent wayfinding signage in all new high-rise blocks of flats over 11 metres tall.
Adverts launched from today will highlight everyday fire hazards and urge the public to install smoke alarms on every floor.
Proposals would ensure more sprinklers in new high-rise blocks of flats.
Letter from the Secretary of State on delivering building safety through the announced ban on combustible materials in the external walls of high-rise residential buildings.
12 councils and 31 housing associations will receive funding for the removal and replacement of unsafe aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding from 135 buildings.
Housing Secretary the Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP and the Minister for Grenfell Victims the Rt Hon Nick Hurd MP have written to Grenfell United.
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