Gove reveals new cladding plan

By Paul Marinko | 10 January 2022

Michael Gove has vowed to use the law or increase taxes on developers if they refuse to pay for the removal of unsafe cladding.

The housing secretary had given the industry until ‘early March’ to come up with an action plan to deal with ‘remediation’ including unsafe cladding on buildings between 11 and 18 metres high.

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