High Court finds contractor liable over cladding removal

The FT has reported on a case of ruling where a contractor, was ordered to pay damages towards the cost of removing cladding it had fitted to four residential tower blocks  deemed to be unsafe after the blaze in the London block of flats, calling it a ‘landmark judgement‘ The article can be read here […]
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