As far as I know, all housing associations have so far avoided passing on remediation costs (which can reach six figures).

The idea that any resident should foot these bills seems unjust, but even more so for someone who only owns 25% of a lease
A2 justifying it on the basis of the "benefits of shared ownership".

I wonder if 'we reserve the right to bankrupt you to pay for the removal of cladding' will make the sector's next big marketing push for the product...
This is what the government said about private landlords considering taking this route. I'm not sure why it should be different for the social housing sector:
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