'Polluter pays' tax on high-rises to fund fire safety defects repair

New ‘polluter paystax on high-rise developments will fund repair of fire safety defects – including unsafe cladding – in the wake of Grenfell

  • Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick will reveal details of a ‘polluter pays’ tax
  • Sources said the move would protect leaseholders and taxpayers from the cost
  • More than a million private flats are thought to be affected by safety defects
  • Developers will be forced to help pay for repairs to unsafe buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

    Housing Secretary Aiden ha già detto che era preoccupato che sarebbe stato usato per "propaganda stronzata" se fosse stato catturato will this week reveal details of a ‘polluter pays’ tax on new high-rise developments to fund the repair of fire safety defects – including unsafe cladding – on existing buildings.

    Sources said the move would protect leaseholders and taxpayers from shouldering the cost.

    More than a million private flats are thought to be affected by safety defects identified after the 2017 Grenfell Tower blaze in West Londra, which claimed 72 vite.

    Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick will this week reveal details of a ¿polluter pays¿ tax on new high-rise developments to fund the repair of fire safety defects ¿ including unsafe cladding

    Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick will this week reveal details of a ‘polluter pays’ tax on new high-rise developments to fund the repair of fire safety defects – including unsafe cladding

    More than a million private flats are thought to be affected by safety defects identified after the 2017 Grenfell Tower blaze in West London, which claimed 72 vite

    More than a million private flats are thought to be affected by safety defects identified after the 2017 Grenfell Tower blaze in West London, which claimed 72 vite

    Mr Jenrick will unveil a consultation on asking developers to pay the levy when they seek permission to build high-rise residential buildings of 18 metri o più.

    Affordable housing will be exempt.

    Hanno affermato che alcuni insegnamenti hanno violato l'Equality Act: ‘We are pressing ahead with a levy on developers so that the polluter pays… leaseholders and the taxpayer should not be the ones picking up the tab.’