From discovering you have combustible material on your building or other safety defects, through to receiving remediation funding everything is taken care of.
Our in depth understanding of government fund requirements and experience in working with developers means we avoid unnecessary funding delays or exclusions.
We have a comprehensive team covering all necessary specialties from surveyors to facade designers and fire engineers who have already navigated the process and work together seamlessly.
Building Safety Fund guidance for leaseholders The Building Safety Fund was launched by the government in 2020 to cover the costs of remediating unsafe non-ACM cladding on residential buildings measuring more than 18 metres in height, where the developers responsible for the property haven’t committed to rectifying safety defects. It was paused for a while […]view more
What are the new fire safety regulations? Following the Grenfell Tower Inquiry, the UK government issued new fire safety regulations, which came into force on January 23rd, 2023. The purpose of these new fire safety regulations is to improve the safety of blocks of flats in a way that is proportionate to the risk of […]view more
What is an EWS1 Survey? An EWS1 survey is an investigation into the exterior walls of a building to ensure that they do not present a fire risk – it is purely for the benefit of valuers who use the results as part of a mortgage valuation process and is not a government or official […]view more
Cladding Consulting Ltd was set up to assist the huge number of leaseholders who live in buildings which are now classified as dangerous, due to the presence of combustible material on their external wall systems.
We have guided numerous clients through the hoops and obstacles in order to apply for remediation from one of the Government funds set up so lessees would not have to bear the cost of paying to replace the ACM or Non-ACM cladding on their buildings.
The application process is long, multi faceted and requires co-ordination of a number of different elements and people in order to get to the point that a project is considered for funding approval.
We are now experts in that process having taken several clients from the point that they realized they may have an issue to the point where we have received full funding approval. These projects are now starting on site and funds are starting to flow.
Our projects generally range from Â£1m to Â£5m.
Applying for remediation is only a small part of the process. We will stay involved right through to the conclusion of the works. We set up individual Client trust accounts for each project.
We have a team of accountants very experienced in handling large sums of money providing clear detailed reports and making payments in accordance with preset conditions.
We work with Managing Agents, RTM companies, Boards of Directors, and leaseholders.