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David Savage writes for Property Week on the case of Triathlon Homes vs Stratford Village Development Partnership and Get Living

The case of Triathlon Homes vs Stratford Village Development Partnership and Get Living was launched by Triathlon in January 2023 over a £27m bill to remedy fire safety defects in five residential blocks managed by Get Living at the former Olympic Village in east London. 

The First-tier Tribunal found that Get Living should be liable to pay £18m towards the completion of fire-safety-related building remediation work. This sum includes repaying the government’s Building Safety Fund, which has been paying for the remedial works since they began in January 2023.

As envisaged under the BSA, RCOs can be made – where just and equitable to do so – against various parties, including parties who may not have been directly responsible for the design and construction of the residential buildings that incorporated problem cladding or contain other fire-safety-related defects.

David Savage, Partner, says that the case provides further clarification, building on other recent cases, on the categories of cost that can be recovered.

He provides a case summary for Property Week, read his full article here

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