G15 statement on the use of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) in our member's buildings
G15 members believe that the use of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) in our buildings is very limited and that any risks around RAAC are likely to be very low.
However, the safety of residents is our top priority and so members are urgently undertaking appropriate analysis, in line with government advice. Should members identify any buildings where RAAC is present, we will inform residents immediately and ensure they are kept fully updated about the next steps.
G15 calls on the Chancellor to give certainty to the sector in the Spring Budget
27 February 2024
23 February 2024
Ministers must think of housing as national infrastructure - not as an addition to national debt
Open Letter to the Rt Hon Michael Gove on London’s Housing Crisis
20 February 2024
G15 and Centre for London have written an open letter to Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Rt Hon Michael Gove, providing solutions to the housebuilding crisis facing London. The full text is below.