Redrow raises fire safety provision to £200m after signing up to Government pledge

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Housebuilding giant Redrow has raised its provision to remedy fire issues to £200m, becoming yet another developer to sign up to the Government’s voluntary building safety pledge.

Redrow joins Persimmon, Crest Nicholson and other housebuilders who have signed the pledge, which commits developers to funding the remediation of life-critical fire safety issues on buildings over 11m with which they had any involvement in the development, going back 30 years.

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