External cladding should meet a specific set of requirements for safety purposes. The cladding on the exterior of Oxid House has met the requirements set out by law.
Please see the attached diagram for full details.
Update - 31st October 2019
A number of requests have been made for additional information, however, this is the only documentation that is held on file at this time.
Further information has been requested via a number of channels, however, we have been unable to obtain any further reports. We are now at the stage where we will need to commission a full and extensive testing regiment of the cladding on the building, and a full set of reports. Unfortunately, this can be a very lengthy process and we are unable to give timescales, especially due to the extensive requirements in the industry at this time.
Update 18th December 2019
We have now instructed a contractor called Thomasons to conduct the following:
- Initial scoping of the building to identify cladding types, calling locations, and basic understanding of access requirements.
- Review of existing information available.
We will be in regular contact with the contractor and further information will follow ASAP
This is the fullest and most in depth update we can provide at this time.