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Dangerous Combustible Cladding is Being Removed from a Prominent Apartment Complex in Knox, with Black Scaffolding Erected Around the Site for Months

Adelaide Residents Clash Over $13m Fire Risk
Residents in one of Adelaide’s most prestigious apartment buildings are at loggerheads over a deadly fire risk that could cost them up to $300,000 each.

Scienceworks Museum 2 Booker St, Spotswood, Victoria 3015 Covered in Combustible Cladding
FY22-642 Scienceworks Museum Cladding Rectification Project

Cladding Safety Victoria Seeking Information and Records Management Specialist

Victorian Government Building Appeals Board – APPLICATION FOR SECTION 160A COMPLIANCE ASSESSMENT

NSW Building Commissioner David Chandler on Operation Remediate, Cladding and How to Improve Build Quality

ACT Government Loan Scheme to Remove Combustible Cladding Too Late for Some Apartment Owners

ACT Cladding Program Details Revealed

Sustainable Reclad Project Case Study | Montifiore Randwick

Safe Cladding Regulations: Why Construction Needs Greater Accountability

Developer Undertaking to Fix Serious Defects in Strata

Developers to Fix Unsafe Cladding in Tall Buildings Across Wales

Horrified Resident Slapped with £208,000 Cladding Bill Could be Spared Cost as Government Intervenes

A Brave New World for Product Liability?
Proposal for the revision of the EU Product Liability Directive published by the EU Commission

Cladding Bill Prisoners could finally be Released
Government legal action means leaseholders in blocks with flammable cladding may be saved from the cost of repairs


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How to Participate in the Alucobond® Combustible Cladding Class Action

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