A total of 47 developers have so far signed the government’s demand they commit to remediating buildings between 11m and 18m and one has signalled an intent to do so. 

Updated: June 16 2022

The government on 13 April published a list of 35 developers that had signed a pledge to remediate its buildings of more than 11m in height in England.

This list was shortly afterwards updated to include Inland Homes and Galliard, which both announced their backing in April. Crest Nicholson, which had initially also announced an ‘intention’ to sign later confirmed it had done so. This then brought the number of signatories to 39 (see below).

On June 15 the government published an updated list with eight further signatories - Allison Homes, Anthology Group Ltd, Hopkins Homes, Lifestory Group Ltd, Robertson, Shanly Homes, Story Homes, and Weston Homes.

The pledge commits housebuilders to fix all ‘life-critical’ fire safety issues on their own blocks going back 30 years, without recourse to the Building Safety Fund. A number of the publicly listed housebuilders have published cost estimates of carrying out works under the pledge.

Below is the full list of housebuilders to publicly back the pledge so far. 

Housebuilders to have signed up

  • Allison Homes
  • Anthology Group Ltd
  • Avant
  • Ballymore
  • Barratt
  • Bellway
  • Berkeley
  • Bewley
  • Bloor
  • Cala
  • Churchill Retirement
  • CG Fry
  • Countryside
  • Crest Nicholson
  • Croudace
  • Davidsons
  • Fairview
  • Galliard
  • Gleeson
  • Hill Group
  • Hopkins Homes
  • Inland Homes 
  • Jelson
  • Keepmoat Homes
  • Lifestory Group
  • Tilia
  • Lioncourt Homes
  • London Square
  • Lovell
  • Mactaggart & Mickel
  • McCarthy & Stone
  • Miller Homes
  • Morris Homes
  • Persimmon
  • Redrow
  • Robertson
  • Rowland Homes
  • Shanly Homes
  • Story Homes
  • Strata
  • St Modwen
  • Taylor Wimpey
  • Telford Homes
  • Vistry Partnership
  • Wainhomes
  • Weston Homes
  • William Davis 

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