Terry Stocks, from Faithful+ Gould, outlines what it will take to deliver the government’s £1.6bn programme to replace unsafe cladding on high rise buildings
The task for the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) team has been made difficult as many building owners lack good quality information about their buildings – be it around structure or the components that make up installed systems – not to mention the knowledge and experience to facilitate the cladding replacement process.
And – of course – the current impact of covid-19 is complicating matters further by constraining normal working practices, site deliveries, travel and accommodation of workers.
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