CCN – The Latest Updates, News and Alerts on Combustible Cladding (Live News Feeds)
New Cladding Fire on Apartment in Yuanhong Jinjiang Community (Video) (Live Leak)
Melbourne Lecture – Combustible Cladding, the New Asbestos? (15 May 2019)
Hear from Megan Thorburn, Accredited Specialist in Property Law, specialising in combustible cladding issues; Adjunct Lecturer at the College of Law Melbourne.
Michael Whitten QC to Deliver Lecture on “ACP Cladding Issues Update” (20th March 2019 – RACV Club Melbourne)
Melbourne Seminar on Combustible Cladding (26 March 2019)
Flammable cladding after Lacrosse and Bank Guarantees – have you ticked all the boxes?
Advocates Accuse NSW Government of Failing to Help Apartment Owners Affected by Flammable Cladding (Breaking News)
Sydney Researchers Develop a Computer Program for Fire Risk Assessment of Combustible Exterior Cladding (Breaking News)
Architects, Certifiers and Engineers who Work as Consultants to Builders are on Notice about Potential Liability for the Use of Flammable Cladding
Building Ministers’ Forum issues Roadmap for Building Reform
Grenfell Breached Human Rights Laws, Says Watchdog
Australian National Testing Laboratory Now Offering 24 hrs Testing Service for Testing and Assessing Combustible Cladding
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Clamour Grows for Building Industry Royal Commission into Cladding (Breaking News)
Engineers Registration in NSW: The Devil is in the Detail
Worse Case Scenario versus Risk & Combustible Cladding on Buildings
Roundup: When ‘Privacy’ is More Important than Unit Block Fire Safety
Fair Trading have refused to even tell owners in the 400-plus buildings seriously affected by flammable cladding that there’s a seminar this weekend that could offer possible answers to their potentially deadly problems.
Holding Redlich Lawyers Explain Combustible Cladding State by State
Imposition of Penalties in Tasmania where ACP with a Polyethylene Core or Polystyrene Cladding Products are used, where that Product has not been Accredited by the Tasmanian Regulator
New Legislation Enacted in Queensland to Combat Combustible Cladding Risks
Watchdog Confirms Grenfell Breached Human Rights Laws
VCAT Stokes Builder Controversy on Flammable Cladding in Lacrosse Fire
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