37 newly elected MEPs have pledged to help improve fire safety in buildings

37 newly elected MEPs from 21 countries have pledged to work to improve fire safety in buildings in this new European Parliamentary term. Launched in the European Parliament in February, the #Together4FireSafety campaign called for candidates to act together with the…

UK bans combustible materials on new high-rise and high-risk buildings’ facades

James Brokenshire, secretary of state for housing, communities and local government, announced today at the Conservative Party Conference 2018 that combustible materials will be banned from the facades of “all new high-rise residential buildings, hospitals, registered care homes, and student…


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