By Jamie Bennett-Ness2022-04-05T13:34:00
Source: Shutterstock/Robyn of Exeter
Crest Nicholson and Persimmon have both signed up to Michael Gove’s Building Safety Pledge to pay to remove dangerous cladding on lower-height buildings, at an estimated combined cost to the companies of up to £195m.
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