Plans are in to replace flammable cladding at yet another recently built Greenwich development.
Cladding on Bellville House within The Movement is in line for replacement.
The Movement comprises 181 flats, a gym, nursery, a 104-bed Travelodge hotel and 358 student bedrooms.
U&I constructed the development in partnership with Wilmot Dixon, with their website stating it was “developed with award-winning architects HLM and Studio Egret West and in close consultation with Greenwich Council”.
The application states:
“When the building was originally constructed a number of these now banned materials were used, these include:
• Render cladding comprising render attached to polystyrene insulation supported on aluminium rails.
• High Pressure Laminate cladding comprising Trespa facia panels with foil faced phenolic insulation boards (Kingspan K15).
• Brick Slip Cladding comprising brick slips on panels with integrated Polyurethane rigid foam insulation (Gebrik panels) and foil faced phenolic insulation boards (Kingspan K15).
• Folded aluminium cladding system with pre-weathered zinc finish with combustible insulation and timber sub frame.”