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Tag : Combustible cladding

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    CF Møller rethinks CLT use for Robin Hood Gardens replacement schemeSubscription

    News13 February, 2019

    CF Møller is rethinking the use of engineered timber for its scheme to replace Robin Hood Gardens following the government’s ban on combustible cladding materials for tall buildings

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    MPs push for combustible ban to extend to existing high-risesSubscription

    News13 December, 2018

    MPs have called on the government to expand the scope of its new ban on combustible materials on high-rise buildings to cover all existing buildings and those currently under construction

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    Waugh Thistleton vows to fight for cross-laminated timber following combustibles ban Subscription

    News3 December, 2018

    Cross-laminated timber (CLT) specialist Waugh Thistleton Architects has vowed to fight the government’s new combustibles ban after it emerged that engineered timber would not be exempt from the policy

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    Government bans combustibles and gives councils power to strip claddingSubscription

    News30 November, 2018

    The government has announced details of its ban on combustible materials and handed local authorities the power to strip deadly cladding from high rise buildings

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    Four hospitals have no clear plans to replace dangerous claddingSubscription

    News29 October, 2018

    Four UK hospitals have failed to clarify plans to replace Grenfell Tower style cladding more than a year after the west London tower block fire, an official document has revealed

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    Combustible cladding ‘ban’ – what do we really know?Subscription

    News15 October, 2018

    Grenfell survivors say the government’s ban is a crucial first step towards reforming the industry, but it has also been criticised as inadequate and short on detail. Ella Jessel investigates

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    11.10.18: V&A DundeeSubscription

    Digital Edition11 October, 2018

    The latest AJ features building studies of Kengo Kuma’s long-awaited V&A Dundee; David Chipperfield Architects’ redevelopment of Selfridges in London; and Park House, a hotel and housing scheme in London’s Stratford by East Architecture. PLUS Unpicking the row over Amin Taha’s Clerkenwell Close building; the AJ talks to 2019 RIBA Gold Medal winner Nicholas Grimshaw; we examine how will the combustible ...

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    Weekend roundup: Foster tower tragedySubscription

    Opinion6 October, 2018

    Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Foster tower tragedy • Borrowing cap scrapped • Cladding ban confirmed • Macintosh listed building ‘mutilated’

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    Five ways the ban on combustible materials will affect architectsSubscription

    News2 October, 2018

    This week the government announced it was banning combustible materials on new high-rises. With details still to emerge, PRP’s Andrew Mellor explores what the measure could mean for architects

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    Ban on combustible cladding does not go far enough, critics saySubscription

    News2 October, 2018

    The government’s combustible cladding ban for new buildings does not go far enough, according to the RIBA and the London Fire Brigades Union

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