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COMMITTEE CALLS ON GOVERNMENT TO SCRAP CLADDING LOAN SCHEME AND ESTABLISH COMPREHENSIVE BUILDING SAFETY FUND

The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee has urged the Government to re-commit to the principle that leaseholders should not have to pay for the removal of unsafe cladding from their homes and calls on the Government to establish a Comprehensive Building Safety Fund that addresses the true scale of fire safety issues. Finance for the fund should be provided by Government and the building industry.

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ARMA Regional Briefings 2021 - Event Review

ARMA’s 2021 Regional Briefings were delivered to delegates as online webinars across three days. The sessions allowed members to tap into key updates from ARMA and the residential leasehold sector, with around 300 members logging-in from offices and homes across the country every day.

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ARMA CEO ROLE: APPLICATIONS NOW OPEN

The Council of ARMA has now opened applications to appoint a full-time chief executive officer (CEO) to fulfil a strategic and outward facing role in delivering the overall direction, policy and plans for ARMA. 

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The Cladding Crisis is Far From Over

‘Unprecedented’ seems to have become a Government buzzword in recent months, and for obvious reasons. Government spending to help support those impacted by COVID-19 has eclipsed all other forms of previous state intervention. And the same word was recently used to describe the recently announced additional £3.5 billion for the Building Safety Fund, put forward by the Government to help remediate buildings with unsafe cladding. The figure, which has been added on top of the £1.6 billion already earmarked is significant, but is it enough to end the current building safety crisis?

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ARMA and IRPM Publish Industry Wellbeing Report

Residential leasehold management has never been an easy profession, but recently it has proved to be tougher than ever. With the cladding and building safety crisis and proposed leasehold reform (each representing huge challenges in their own right) landing during a global pandemic, the resilience of property management professionals is being tested to the limit.

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