Michael Gove gives developers ‘final chance’ to pay £4bn to fix cladding crisis
Housing secretary Michael Gove has given housing developers until March to produce a plan to remove cladding and tackle post-Grenfell building safety crisis. But leaseholders warn more cash will be needed.
‘There’s no magic bullet’: Westminster government won’t follow Wales in buying cladding homes
Despite government pledges that leaseholders facing bankruptcy will be protected, no solution has been found to the crisis almost five years on from the Grenfell fire.
Welsh government offers to buy flats caught up in cladding crisis
Welsh leaders have become the first in the UK to offer leaseholders facing bankruptcy or homelessness due to dangerous cladding a way out of the post-Grenfell crisis.