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Local authorities have been given the power to strip unsafe cladding from private residential buildings over 18 metres tall.
The Government has released the first £248m of a fund to pay for the removal and replacement of unsafe cladding from high-rise tower blocks.
Leicester City Council is to start retrofitting sprinkler systems to five council tower blocks next month following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
The Government has announced new measures to support homebuyers, get more homes built, improve building safety and create a 'Commonwealth Games legacy.'
Arun District Council put tenants at risk by failing to meet statutory health and safety requirements in relation to fire and water safety, regulator finds.
Fire doors from five suppliers have failed to meet minimum safety standards, according to government inspectors.
The publication of the Building a Safer report provides an opportunity for the construction industry to consider how we can best move forward across a diverse range of areas to ensure effective fire safety in the future.
The Government should provide funding to enable councils to fit sprinklers in all high-rise residential buildings to avoid another tragedy like the Grenfell Tower fire, MPs have argued today.
Belfast City Council has successfully secured a court injunction to get the height of a controversial bonfire reduced.
The Government has pledged to support council efforts to improve private building safety after figures show 297 private sector high-rise residential buildings have unsafe cladding.