- Across the country there are currently 301 buildings over 18m with similar cladding to that used at Grenfell. 158 of these are social housing buildings.
- Of the social homes affected, 42% of buildings have not started works on removing or replacing the unsafe cladding
- In total only 7 social housing buildings have fully replaced the unsafe cladding. This equates to only 4% of social housing buildings affected.
Shelter’s chief executive Polly Neate said: “This is cladding which has failed safety tests and is considered unsafe. It’s shocking that more than eight months on from the Grenfell fire only a tiny proportion of unsafe cladding has been replaced on homes across the country.