Greenwich hotel to see combustible cladding removed

An application has been submitted to replace combustible cladding at a Premier Inn hotel in Greenwich.

The hotel on Greenwich High Road has 158 rooms and will see work “to replace the existing combustible material on the building with material that have non-combustible properties.”

This means replacement and installation of a “new Mineral Wool insulated render”.

Externally some of the tired timber cladding (these often age badly and this is no exception at barely a decade old give or take) with a darker material.

Woolwich block requiring cladding replacement

This latest application follows a long line of buildings requiring cladding replacement. The most recent submitted in recent weeks was Meridian House in Woolwich town centre.

The Greenwich hotel application can be seen here.

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    One thought on “Greenwich hotel to see combustible cladding removed

    • At least the cost burden is not going to fall on the unfortunate tenants.


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