Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,
I would like the answers to the following:
-How many buildings (and which ones) in The Wirral have Reynobond PE cladding on them, the same that was used in the Grenfell fire?
-How many buildings have a cladding on that’s dangerous, and which ones?
-Which buildings are currently having their cladding removed due to safety concerns?
-Are there any proposed buildings that use Reynobond PE or another form of dangerous cladding?
Dear Mr Lynch
Thank you for your Freedom of Information enquiry regarding building cladding within the Wirral Borough area.
The wording of your request is very wide as it appears to cover all buildings within the Borough. Please be advised that the Council is only required to collect information on residential buildings in private ownership over 18m in height. The Registered Social housing providers provide their own returns to MHCLG.
We would be grateful if you would reduce the scope of your enquiry by clarifying specific parameters, given our comments above. Once we receive your clarification, we will ensure a response is issued within 20 working days.
Principal Information Management Officer
Business Management - ICT
Tel: 0151 691 8201
[Wirral Borough Council request email]
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