Closed petition Extend the Building Safety Fund to include non-ACM buildings under 18m

Extend the parameters of the building safety fund for non-ACM cladding. To treat everyone fairly by including under 18m buildings, to broaden the scope and funding to include wood balconies, wooden walkways, compartmentalisation issues and fund historical fire safety work.

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To support those in multi-storey buildings under 18m, with the same equality as all high rise buildings.

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MPs to debate the Building Safety Fund

MPs will debate the Building Safety Fund on Wednesday 20 January in the main House of Commons chamber. This is an Adjournment debate, determined by the Speaker.

Adjournment debates are half-hour debates at the end of each day's sitting. They are an opportunity for an individual backbench MP to raise an issue and receive a response from the relevant Minister, however they do not end in a vote nor can they change the law.

The debate will start at around 7.00pm, after the conclusion of the humble address on the Electoral Commission.

Watch here on Wednesday: https://parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/63b12edb-9f6a-4438-8a0e-5910e245c1c2

Find out more about how Adjournment debates work: https://www.parliament.uk/about/how/business/debates/adjournment/

MPs to debate protecting tenants and leaseholders from unsafe cladding

MPs will debate protecting tenants and leaseholders from unsafe cladding on Monday 1 February in the main House of Commons chamber. This is an Opposition day debate, on a motion determined by the Leader of the Opposition.

Opposition days are days allocated in the House of Commons for the discussion of subjects chosen by the opposition (non-government) parties.

Watch the debate here: https://parliamentlive.tv/Event/Index/a6ac5191-f789-42ba-a63f-71e9c65ffbb6

Find out more about Opposition days: https://www.parliament.uk/site-information/glossary/opposition-days/