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  1. Hello all, hope this is the right place. I thought it would fit with the expertise of the sub-group. Looking at a property for cash purchase: https://www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/100919183#/ As it happens, I was looking at another property in the area with a very similar design. I managed to obtain some of the information for that property. There was one concerning material: Single Ply Mechanically Fixed FR/ALU. https://www.xtratherm.com/products/fr-alu/ "Xtratherm FR/ALU is a high performance Polyisocyanurate flat roof insulation with vapour-tight aluminium foil facings
  2. Hi all. I'm looking for a bit of advice as I'm in a bit of a frustrating position with a remortgage I'm currently going through and it's costing me money the longer it goes on. I listen to the podcast religiously and know there is a great community here so really hoping to get some advice if anyone can provide any. I've outlined my predicament below. I own a flat in Hinckley, Leicestershire which I rent out. The building is three stories high, and my flat is on the top floor. I've been trying to get the flat remortgaged recently but the lenders are asking for an EWS1 form to confirm the
  3. Hi all, A big topic for you today - if dangerous cladding is found on a block of apartments, who pays to fix it? One of the properties I own is a flat in a block with 100+ leaseholders. I can't divulge too much information because it is an ongoing legal case, however we are currently pursuing several avenues of legal proceedings in order to determine whose responsibility it is to pay for the potential 7 figure cost of replacing all of the cladding on the building. Will it be the leaseholders, who are supposed to be responsible for maintenance and repair of
  4. Please help: Cladding prisoner looking for cost effective way to move house! Background: Currently I own a flat (Leasehold) in East London and live there with my partner and our 8month old son. It was purchased off plan in 2015 and we have lived in it since construction was completed. Last year we tried to do an equity release on the flat to fund an onward purchase and were told by the lender they couldn’t do this without an EWS1 form. We lobbied our Freeholder (Peabody) and 8 months later the block recently had a Fire Safety inspection for an EWS1 Form and received a B2 rating, mean
  5. Government proposes changing legislation to enforce combustibles ban for high rises NEWS18/06/184:30 PMBY PETER APPS The government has proposed legislation to ban the use of combustible materials anywhere within the wall of a high-rise building, with potentially unlimited fines for breaches. A consultation document fleshing out last month’s surprise proposal to ban combustible materials on high rises was published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government today. Currently, building regulations all
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