- Our Meeting with Barratt – November 2023
After we recently attended Barratt’s 2023 AGM, we arranged a follow-up meeting to discuss their building safety remediation programme in more depth.
We met with David Thomas, Barratt’s Group CEO; Brian Lochead, Director of Barratt’s Building Safety Unit; and Tim Collins, Group Public Affairs Director. Four EOCS campaigners joined the meeting, including two leaseholders from Barratt buildings ...
- Our report from Barratt’s 2023 AGM
It’s almost two years since Michael Gove announced a “reset” of the Government’s approach to the building safety crisis, with a principle of “protecting leaseholders and making industry pay” – but there is still a very long way to go until most leaseholders can get their lives back. We will be engaging directly with several key ...
- End Our Cladding Scandal Manifesto
Everyone deserves a safe home in which to live, work, care for our families and make plans for our future. A safe home is the foundation for building a life in which we can all fulfil our potential.
Yet more than six years after the Grenfell tragedy, hundreds of thousands of people remain trapped in unsafe ...
- Berkeley Group’s 2023 AGM and our follow-up meeting
Thanks to the kind support of ShareAction, a leaseholder affected by the building safety crisis attended Berkeley Group’s AGM on 8th September to question the Board on behalf of our campaign, and this was followed by a meeting on 13th October, to discuss the issues raised in more depth.
Over the coming months, we will be ...
- Protected: End Our Cladding Scandal Manifesto
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- Our meeting with Nationwide’s Head of Property Risk
Despite previous assurances from the big six mortgage lenders, far too many leaseholders of flats affected by cladding and other safety defects are still unable to sell or remortgage their homes.
As part of our campaign to ensure all stakeholders play their part in bringing a fair and speedy resolution to the building safety crisis, on ...
- First Remediation Order Granted Under the Building Safety Act
First remediation order granted under the Building Safety Act
In August, a remediation order was granted by the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) under the Building Safety Act in the case of Waite & others v Kedai Limited. As the first case of its kind to reach a final hearing, it will be looked at closely by anyone ...
- Our Meeting with Secretary of State, Michael Gove and the Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities
Our meeting with Secretary of State, Michael Gove and the Department of Levelling Up, Housing & Communities
On Wednesday 6th September 2023, we met with Michael Gove, Lee Rowley and DLUHC officials. Twenty months since the Secretary of State’s reset on building safety and fourteen months since the leaseholder protections came into force, we wanted to ...
- Non-Qualifying Leaseholders meeting with Baroness Kath Pinnock
Baroness Kath Pinnock has always been an incredibly strong advocate for leaseholders and tenants affected by the building safety scandal, and she was keen to hear directly from the members of the Non-Qualifying Leaseholders group about the ongoing impact on their lives.
More than 50 members of the non-qualifying leaseholder community joined the meeting on 2nd ...
- Our meeting with Aviva investors and Aviva insurance
We met with executives from Aviva Investors and Aviva Insurance on 6th July, to discuss in more depth the questions that we raised with Aviva’s board of directors at their recent Annual General Meeting.
Our agenda was as follows:
1. Remediation at buildings owned by Aviva Investors
a) Aviva position in respect of buildings with no developer
b) Aviva ...