More than 240 buildings in England are still at least part-covered in flammable cladding similar to that which was wrapped around Grenfell Tower, according to Government figures.
The Government has been warned it still “has a long way to go” to strip all high-rise buildings of dangerous cladding like that which covered Grenfell Tower.
Grenfell campaigners are calling on the Government to commit to a deadline to remove all flammable cladding from homes, three years after the fire killed 72 people.
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An Aberdeen MSP has appealed for firms removing combustible cladding from their buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to receive a VAT exemption for the work.
Cladding is being removed from the exterior of a North-east school.
Cladding similar to that used on Grenfell Tower has been used on a North-east council base.
Buildings across the North-east are being checked in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Drop in sessions are to be held at Aberdeen's high-rises this week following the Grenfell Tower fire.
Aberdeen City Council has reassured tenants living in multi-storey buildings that over-cladding is non-flammable and of a "very high standard".