Grenfell’s unresolved conundrum

By Bob Neill | 08 January 2019
  • Bob Neill

Nineteen months on from the fire at Grenfell Tower and we are no closer to addressing the question of who should foot the bill for the remedial work necessary for privately-owned buildings with equally dangerous cladding. Bob Neill explains

Despite considerable public attention, a comprehensive independent review of building regulations, and a raft of well-intentioned policy announcements, 19 months on from the fire at Grenfell Tower we remain no closer to addressing one urgent question fundamental to this tragic affair – who should foot the bill for the remedial work necessary at privately-owned buildings with equally dangerous cladding?

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