Work has restarted at 14% of projects
Work has stopped on more than two thirds of the buildings where the remediation of ACM cladding is required, new government data has said.
According to the housing ministry's April building safety update, work was paused on 68% of projects at some point during April.
It said of the 97 projects where an update was received, works were paused at 52 of these as of 30 April.
Of the 45 projects where work was continuing at the end of last month, 14 had restarted after an initial pause in works.
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The update also revealed that there are 149 high-rise residential and publicly owned buildings in England that have completed remediation works to remove and replace ACM cladding systems – an increase of five since the end of March.
There are 307 high-rise residential and publicly owned buildings with cladding unlikely to meet building regulations yet to be remediated in England, 56 of which have had their ACM cladding systems removed.
Of the 82 social sector residential buildings with ACM cladding systems unlikely to meet Building Regulations yet to be remediated, 73 have started remediation, while nine have a plan in place but works have not started.
Of the 180 private sector residential buildings with ACM that are yet to be remediated 49 have started remediation, 90 have a remediation plan in place but works have not started and 40 have responded with an intent to remediate and are developing plans. There is one project that has unclear remediation plans, the data added.