Flammable cladding to be removed at more Greenwich housing blocks
Blocks built five years ago at Greenwich Millennium Village will see scaffolding erected as cladding is removed at upper levels.
Residents moved in to the blocks in 2016. Removal is needed “due to the need for the cladding to comply with the latest Government advice regarding composite aluminium cladding on high rise buildings.”
The colour scheme will remain the same. This is far from the only development in Greenwich that used dangerous cladding materials.
Greenwich borough is in the top three boroughs nationwide and top two in London alongside Tower Hamlets. A development named Greenwich Square is one such location:
Work is also underway at New Capital Quay which houses Waitrose.
Deptford Creek also saw work undertaken:
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