Paying for Past Mistakes: the Developer Remediation Contract

Guest Editor Rachel Chaplin welcomes the positive steps being taken in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy to improve fire protection and safety of buildings. But shouldn’t government be shouldering some of the blame and cost because of its own regulatory failures, she asks?

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