CCN – The Latest Updates, News, and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Breaking News)
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New Cladding Launched Yesterday Claims to be World’s Safest Fire-Resistant Cladding (Breaking News)

Brisbane Company Launches Fire-Resistant Cladding (Breaking News)

New Report Outlines Four Safe Non-flammable Cladding Products
A panel of experts have now identified four, safe, options that can be specified for use as part of the Australian Government’s Cladding Replacement Program

Cladding Safety Victoria (CSV) On Track to Remove Combustible Cladding from the State’s Highest Risk Public Buildings by End of The Year (Breaking News)

NSW Government Commits that Combustible Cladding on More than 200 High Risk Buildings to be Removed in NSW by End of Year (Breaking News)

CSV Announces Owners Corporation Registration for Combustible Cladding
Cladding Safety Victoria works with owners and owners corporations to help them rectify non-compliant cladding by providing support, guidance and connections to appropriately registered and qualified practitioners.
The CSV aim is simple – support owners and occupiers to ensure Victorian buildings with combustible cladding are rectified and deemed safe to occupy long term.
Completing this application will enable Cladding Safety Victoria to assist owners corporations in this aim.

Aluminium Core v Solid Aluminium: Fire Safety & Beyond (2nd June 2021)

High-Rise Owners to Get Government Advice About Safe Replacement Cladding

New Port Apartment Residents Given 12-month Deadline to Remove Flammable Aluminium Cladding

Digital News Platform Combustible Cladding News (CCN) Now Clocks More than 20,000 Subscribers


Combustible Cladding—Limitation Expiry is No Excuse for Inadequate Particulars (Naylor v Roamquest)

Lacrosse Tower – Cladding Developments Down Under


Fairview Webinar on Combustible Cladding Legislation (22nd April 2021) (TODAY!!!)

BlueChip Webinar – Aluminium Core v Solid Aluminium: Fire Safety & Beyond (2nd June 2021)


Building Defects and Their Impact on Fire Safety

True Cost of Cladding Remediation Works Could Hit £50bn

Beyond Minimum: Proposition for Building Surveyors to Exceed the Minimum Standards of the Construction Code


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Step-by-Step Guide For Evaluating the Combustibility Risk of Cladding

Australian NATA Testing Laboratory Offers Cladding Identification and Testing Services (to determine Combustibility Risk Profile)

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