Forced Evacuations due to defective building

Imagine being forced to leave your home due to defective construction and being forced to pay crippling remediation costs. This is happening in the UK – which is why we need the Earl’s Building Safety Remediation Scheme. Only by placing joint and several liability on the developer and lead contractor or their parent companies can we remove the race to the bottom in the construction industry and prevent the below:

Forced Evacuations

  • 1. Jun 2017 – New Lawrence House, Hulme
  • 2. Jun 2017 – Chalcots Estate, London
  • 3. Aug 2017 – Ledbury Estate, London
  • 4. Aug 2018 – Empress Mill, Trafford
  • 5. Feb 2019 – Appleton House, Bradford
  • 6. May 2019 – Merle Court, London
  • 7. July 2019 – Arch Street, London
  • 8. Aug 2019 – Kingfisher Court, Huddersfield
  • 9. Oct 2019 – Citiscape, Croydon
  • 10. Jun 2020 – Childers Street, London
  • 11. Aug 2020 – Aura Court, Manchester
  • 12. Oct 2020 – Paragon, Brentford Nov
  • 13. 2020 – Victory Complex, Oldham
  • 14. Nov 2020 – Clarence House, London
  • 15. Dec 2020 – Wicker Riverside, Sheffield
  • 16. Jun 2021 – Riverside Place, Braintree
  • 17. Oct 2021 – Clare House, Bow
  • 18. Nov 2021 – Old School Court, Blackley
  • 19. Feb 2022 – Cathedral Court, Derby
  • 20. Apr 2022 – Glenalina Lodge, Belfast
  • 21. Dec 2022 – Bracken House, Manchester
  • 22. Jan 2023 – Trend House, Wakefield Feb
  • 23. Feb 2023 – Bedford Road, London March
  • 24. Mar 2023 – Cardinal Lofts, Ipswich
  • 25. June 2023 – Rialto Building, Newcastle (partial)
  • 26. June 2023 – Amleen House, Colchester
  • 14 Nov 2023 – Barton House, Bristol (https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/live-bristol-city-council-meeting-8906918)

Further details see the following twitter thread: