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Protect leaseholders from paying for cladding remedial works

Submitted by Edoardo Toso on Thursday 23rd July 2020

Published on Tuesday 4th August 2020

Current status: Open

Open until: Thursday 4th February 2021

Current Signatures: 10,331
(count is updated approximately hourly)

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Citizens ~ construction ~ Government ~ paying ~ The Government

Petition Action

Protect leaseholders from paying for cladding remedial works

Petition Details

The Draft Building Safety Bill currently proposes a Building Safety Charge payable by leaseholders for cladding remedial works. This should be removed and public funds made available to protect citizens through appropriate safety standards, and Freeholders should also be made to contribute.

Additional Information

Currently leaseholders are living in homes/flats which are unsafe, unsellable, and face paying for something which was not their fault. The government should take responsibility for failing to create and uphold appropriate fire safety standards and provide funds to make buildings safe and kick-start the construction industry. Freeholders should also ultimately be responsible for removing this unsafe cladding.

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