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Government announces multi-billion pound intervention to fully fund the cost of replacing unsafe cladding

10th February 2021

The Housing Secretary, Robert Jenrick,  has announced that the government will pay for the removal of unsafe cladding for all leaseholders in high-rise buildings. In a statement today, the government announced they would provide £3.5 billion to fully fund the cost of replacing unsafe cladding for all leaseholders in residential buildings 18 metres (6 storeys) and over in England.

For more information on the announcement, you can read the MHCLG press release here

 

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