CCN – The Latest Updates, News and Alerts on Combustible Cladding
Breaking News – A fire broke out in the Neo 200 building on Spencer Street about 5am this morning. The building is 41 storeys and features 371 residential apartments.
MFB chief officer Dan Stephens says the building is cladded in the same kind of aluminium composite materials as the Grenfell Tower, where 72 people died in London in 2017. The Neo 200 was built by LU Simon, the same builder involved in the Lacrosse building, which was devastated by fire in 2014.
Victorian Building Authority was aware that the building at 200 Spencer Street was fitted with “non-compliant cladding material” and it was referred to the Municipal Building Surveyor
Spencer St fire: MFB chief compares building cladding to Grenfell Tower
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Flammable Cladding Fear as Fire Rips Through Melbourne High-Rise
Melbourne apartment tower fire fuelled by combustible cladding on Spencer St high-rise
Keystone Lawyers – Combustible cladding and owner’s requirements to register building details – What you need to know
Holding Redlich Lawyers – Combustible Cladding in NSW (The Latest)
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With the Grenfell inquiry currently underway, there are many lessons for the Australian building and construction sector that can be applied from the UK experience. Hear from Roy Wilsher, Chair of the UK National Fire Chiefs Council as he outlines what remediation steps are being taken to implement effective fire protection and risk mitigation strategies that are looking to be adopted both here in Australia and in the UK. This offers our delegates the opportunity to gain valuable insights into how to navigate future regulatory change.
He will be joined by over 30 local and international industry leaders including:
- Hon Karen Andrews MP, Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, Australian Federal Government
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- Philip Halton, Deputy Commissioner, Queensland Building and Construction Commission
- John Prendergast, Manager Building Services, City Of Greater Dandenong; President of Victorian Municipal Building Surveyors Group
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