Solve fire safety issues to help people move on


Government must help more than half a million leaseholders trapped in flats they cannot buy or sell in the absence of appropriate certification

Building safety comes first. It is the number one priority – and challenge - for all social landlords, with London’s G15 housing associations spending on fire safety measures sure to exceed the government’s £1bn building safety fund.  

These were already challenging times. Developing housing associations faced rising costs and uncertainty around Brexit and addressing the carbon challenge.


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