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The Sunday Times - Cladding scandal: do you still need an EWS1 form to sell a flat?

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The Sunday Times reports that government efforts to unblock the market are not backed by eight out of ten of the biggest banks and building societies who are still asking for fire safety certificates.

Aaron Strutt of Trinity Financial told The Sunday Times: “Many buyers do not think there is an issue buying a property with cladding if it is under 18m, but that certainly is not the case and lenders still want the forms.

“Even new-build properties are not exempt because of concerns about the materials they are being built with.”

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