Olympic Village owners ordered to pay back £18m of taxpayers’ money by judge

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Get Living says the implications of the ruling at a first-tier tribunal are “profound” for the industry

The owner of the Olympic Village development in Stratford, east London, has been ordered by a judge to pay £18m towards fire remediation work in what has been described as “an early win for Michael Gove’s flagship Building Safety Act.”

Build-to-rent developer Get Living, the parent company of the Stratford Village Development Partnership, will now have to pay back millions of government money towards remediation work on its development after it lost at a first-tier tribunal. 

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