The comments submitted are extremely appropriate. This not just about cladding but every type of material used in the construction of high-rise buildings. The fact remains that decisions are made for financial gain and not the suitability of the product to meet the standards required. This is particularly prevalent in the choice of electrical wiring products and their respective ability to survive in fire conditions.
The fire risk from a wooden structured Stadium is great. Fire spread is usually transmitted via electric cabling. It is important that cables are selected that won't burn, emit smoke, or aid fire spread. All essential life preservation circuits should be wired using fireproof, non-aging, Mineral Insulated Cables known as type MICC.
Please note that the last comment was submitted by W G Williams. Fire Consultant.
There is also the electrical wiring that needs to be closely regulated and the need for a BS update of what is termed a fire resisting cable is urgently needed. Wiring providing electricity to essential and emergency services requires a fireproof cable. Cables that will not burn, emit smoke or toxic fumes. Furthermore, in high rise buildings, these cables must have a two  hour fire rating. A metal sheath MICC type is paramount.
A definite opportunity for type MICC enhanced fire survival cable. Superior economic advantages by adopting cable in prefabricated form whilst offering the pinnacle of security against fire. Essential in student accommodation.