The Leasehold Knowledge Partnership has produced a survey of cladding sites, which has already had more than 140 responses.
Some of this information is already going to be referenced by MPs at Hilary Benn’s Westminster Hall debate at 2.30pm in Westminster Hall.
This is the over-spill Commons venue, but it will be a proper Parliamentary debate with a response from government on the state of its progress over cladding in private blocks.
The LKP survey, where respondents’ confidentiality is respected, is a longer project, but material submitted by leaseholders is already going to be referenced by MPs due to speak.
The important point is: fill in THIS survey.
Cladding leaseholders must start uniting and communicating.
It is hopeless for leaseholder groups to have anonymous and confidential meetings with officials and ministers. They have had two years to get on top of the issues and are well aware of them.
LKP has held four Westminster cladding meetings for the All-Party Parliamentary Group. At any point, government could have co-operated and put cladding sites in touch with each other.
It chose not to do this. It wants leaseholders disunited and in ignorance of each other. This makes it easier to prescribe a solution to the cladding scandal without repercussions.
Freeholders, of course, have long been masters of this game.
LKP chair Martin Boyd, who has led on the cladding scandal, is happy to attend any government meeting with affected sites.
For those who need the link, here it is: https://forms.gle/K7SpKWPJXQY2125p8