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October 8 to October 12, 2018

As a result of London's fatal Grenfell Tower fire last June, government officials in the United Kingdom officially announced a ban on combustible materials in the exterior walls of new residential buildings that are 18 meters and taller. Do you think these measures are sufficient?



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Voting for this poll closed on Friday, October 12, 2018



Tagged categories: Building envelope; Cladding; Regulations

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