Angus Law (Engineering) says UK regulations are designed to prevent fires spreading between floors

Press/Media: Expert Comment

Period15 Jun 2017

Media coverage

9

Media coverage

  • TitleCladding 'that sped up flames' installed to improve view from luxury flats
    Media name/outletThe Independent
    Duration/Length/Size6
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleBuilding's cladding falls under suspicion after speed of inferno horrifies witnesses
    Media name/outletThe i
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • Title'A neighbour's fridge exploded and the fire spread so quickly'
    Media name/outletThe Daily Express
    Duration/Length/Size4, 5
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleDeadly fire engulfs London high rise
    Media name/outletThe Wall Street Journal Europe
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleExperts warned of an additional fire risk
    Media name/outletThe Herald
    Duration/Length/Size6
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleCladding can increase fire risk, say experts
    Media name/outletThe Scotsman
    Duration/Length/Size11
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleCouncil admits it did receive complaints over Grenfell Tower refurbishment
    Media name/outletThe East Anglian Daily Times
    Duration/Length/Size26, 27
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleTower cladding 'could pose greater fire risk'
    Media name/outletThe Western Mail
    Duration/Length/Size5
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law
  • TitleCoucil admits it did receive complaints over Grenfell Tower refurbishment
    Media name/outletIpswich Star
    Duration/Length/Size34
    Date15/06/17
    PersonsAngus Law