Gove: Leaseholders shouldn’t pay to remove flammable cladding from homes
Housing secretary Michael Gove lays out his housing plans 54 days into his new role, calling for leaseholders to be protected from crippling cladding costs
Leaseholders caught up in cladding crisis call for homegrown solution to sky-high bills
Leaseholders will protest this weekend over huge cladding bills as they call for the government to adopt their own solution to the cladding crisis. They say the £5.1bn fund and the levy confirmed in Rishi Sunak’s Budget aren’t enough.
Leaseholders are beaming a doomsday clock onto a building to count down to financial ruin
Residents in the 75 homes at Croydon’s Bridge House say they are facing bankruptcy if works to remove dangerous cladding do not start by September 30.