London residents’ huge bill for corporate flammable cladding

It’s true to form and what we expected. In the same week that Theresa May promised to get tough on the directors of corporations… she needs to step in now and not allow those directors whose industry is partly responsible for an alleged 80 foreseeable and avoidable deaths to be bailed out… and innocent council residents to be hit with the bill.

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This video from England says about itself:

‘Terrified’ residents hit with £2MILLION bill to replace cladding after Grenfell Tower

17 January 2018

People living in the Citiscape building in Croydon, south London, say they are “terrified” after receiving the sky-high demand for payment. Cladding at the building failed tests in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy five months ago.

But leaseholders have been told by site owner Proxima GR Properties that it is not liable for the costs. Instead, residents have been told to foot the bill, warned work will not start until they do and threatened that the costs for things like fire wardens and scaffolding could shoot up if there is any delay.

From daily The Independent in Britain today:

Grenfell Tower: Residents of private block of flats handed £2m bill to replace ‘flammable’ cladding

Leaseholders of the 93 flats estimate total charges could be in excess…

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