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Building Industry Urges NSW Government to Offer Apartment Owners Sustainable Re-Clad Option

Alpolic™ NC Granted GECA Environmental Product Declaration (EPD)

Flammable Cladding Assessments Underway for 16 Private ACT Buildings

ACT Government Announce Update on Loans to Strata Owners Corporations (OCs) to Assist with Remediation Works for Combustible Cladding,16%20buildings%20currently%20being%20assessed.

Cladding Safety Victoria (CSV) Seeking Senior Manager (Salary $168K p/a)

Alpha14 Passes Pre-Qualification Process and are Now on the Victorian Government Residential Cladding Rectification Register

Two Decades Ago Fire Scientist Warned the Government About the Dangers of Flammable Cladding — and Was Ignored
Dr Bob Moore interview: ‘I thought Grenfell was my fault’

BRE Manager Did Not Tell Minister that ACM had Failed Fire Test 16 Years Before Grenfell

UK Government Told Grenfell Cladding was Dangerous 15 Years for Fire

Government Asked Experts to ‘Step Away’ From Investigation into Deadly Cladding Fire

Taxpayer May Have to Contribute More to Fix Building Safety Crisis
Minister says it is proving hard to get firms who made combustible

UK Government Published ‘Confusing’ Fire Safety Guidance, Grenfell Inquiry Hears

Kingspan Staff Told to Let Concerns File ‘Gather Dust’

Grenfell Testing Firm Building Research Establishment (BRE) Appeared to ‘Copy and Paste Annual Report Result’


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