If you live in Bristol West, and have been affected by the dangerous cladding scandal, I need your help.
More than four years after the tragic Grenfell Tower disaster, thousands of people are still tangled in the increasingly complex scandal involving dangerous cladding and other fire safety defects in medium- and high-rise buildings.
If you are affected by this crisis and live in Bristol West, please take a moment to fill in this short survey by the deadline of 12 November 2021.
Please also invite others affected by this to give their feedback, by sharing on social media or by forwarding this by email.
From correspondence with many constituents, I know that residents of several buildings in Bristol West are still fighting for the funds to make their homes safe.
Responses to this survey will help me understand the gaps in government policy and the costs it is imposing on leaseholders. Similarly, it is helpful for me to understand when building safety problems have been resolved, so I can advise residents of other buildings in a similar situation.
I am determined to hold government ministers to their repeated promise that leaseholders must not be forced to pay unfair costs for fire safety defects.
The Chancellor’s announcement of a levy on developers this week was welcome, but insufficient to deal with the scale of the problem. Many unscrupulous developers have been given a free ride under this government and should be held responsible for fire safety defects, mistakes and cut corners.
For those of you still caught up in this mess, please be assured I will keep fighting for justice.