Thursday, 22 June 2017

600 high-rise buildings in England might be in danger of fire - British Government says




600 high-rise buildings in England might be in danger of fire - British Government says

In answer to the flare at Grenfell Tower, the 24-version apartment block that was gutted by a deafening blaze in west London last week, the British running is triumph tests around 600 tall-rise buildings across England which are covered in cladding.
As at today, combustible cladding has been found something back at least three tower blocks in the UK, according to the Department for Communities and Local Government.
British Prime Minister Theresa May with said that at least 100 buildings a day are monster tested, behind residents creature informed of the findings.
Previously, Downing Street had said that there were in this area 600 tall-rise buildings when "same cladding" to that used at Grenfell Tower.

But hours future, the Department for Communities and Local Government clarified that the 600 figure was in insinuation to high-rise buildings covered in any type of cladding, rather than "same" cladding to that at Grenfell.

The confirmation reads:

"The situation is that 600 buildings have cladding -- it is not similar to Grenfell Tower, it is all types of cladding," a spokesman for the DCLG said. "Of these 600, we want landlords to check if they have ACM (aluminum composite material) cladding. Of those 600, some of those would have ACM; we want to test them to see if they have ACM."

At least 79 people are dead or missing and presumed dead gone the blaze that tore through the 24-relation high-rise, domicile to 125 families, in the to the front hours of June 14, 2017. 





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