RIBA chief brands cladding ban 'inadequate'


Toxic smoke is as significant as spread of flames, says Adrian Dobson

The RIBA’s director of professional services has blasted the government’s ban on combustible cladding as “inadequate”.

Adrian Dobson said the ban announced by James Brokenshire at the Tory party conference this week should have covered products that are capable of producing toxic smoke.

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