1 Does the council own any high-rise buildings which required aluminium composite material (ACM) cladding or any other dangerous cladding material to be removed?
2. If so, please provide a list of these buildings. If the council considers any exemption to apply to the names of these buildings, please still provide the list in an Excel spreadsheet but with the 'names' column blank. In the other columns, please provide:
a) the number of storeys
b) the name of the principal contractor when the cladding was originally installed
c) whether or not the cladding has been removed
d) whether or not the cladding has been replaced
e) the name of the principal contractor on the work to remove the cladding
3. Does the council have a policy on what happens to the cladding materials once they have been removed e.g. they are destroyed? If so, please describe that policy.
4. Does the council have a process to ensure that contractors are complying with this policy? If so, please describe that process.
5. Is the council aware that any cladding materials have been sold to third parties after being removed?
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