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How am I protected by the Building Safety Act?

As a qualifying leaseholder, you are protected by the Building Safety Act 2022 from the cost of replacing your building’s unsafe cladding or other historical safety defects. They came into force on 28 June 2022 for relevant buildings with relevant historical safety defects. 

The Act ensures that: 

You can check if you qualify for protections here. 

Your protections 

Qualifying leaseholders are protected from all cladding system remediation costs. You are also exempt from all historical remediation costs if on 14 February 2022:  

The Act ensures that any contribution required from qualifying leaseholders for non-cladding defects and interim measures (including waking watch costs) is firmly capped and spread over 10 years, with costs already paid out since 28 June 2017 counting towards the cap. If remediation costs exceed the cap, building owners must make up the difference. 

LEASE is governed by a board, appointed as individuals by the Secretary of State for the Department for Levelling Up, Housing & Communities.