almost two years after the Grenfell tragedy, a considerably newer block of flats in Barking burnt down due to being covered in wooden cladding. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/jun/09/fire-flats-barking-east-...
The installation of this cladding (which is completely non-fire-retardant) was in line with building regulations.
With thousands of new flats being completed in London every year (including Bellway who is the developer of the building in question) the Mayor and the Assembly should ensure that the regulations that allow developers to play with people's live are being changed to enforce stricter rules with regards to fire safety.
I would like to know how this is being addressed in City Hall.