A construction worker inspects cladding at Royal Artillery Quays residential apartments in London. Photo: Bloomberg
A construction worker inspects cladding at Royal Artillery Quays residential apartments in London. Photo: Bloomberg
Britain

UK developers told to foot bill for dangerous cladding, but flat owners give cautious welcome

  • Britain has ordered housebuilders to pay around US$5.4 billion to help remove dangerous cladding from buildings
  • Government, developers and owners were at loggerheads over how to make properties safe after deadly 2017 London fire

Topic |   Britain
A construction worker inspects cladding at Royal Artillery Quays residential apartments in London. Photo: Bloomberg
A construction worker inspects cladding at Royal Artillery Quays residential apartments in London. Photo: Bloomberg
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