BBC reports on inappropriate insulation causing damp, as IHBC Wales pre-empts problems with lessons, on 2 Sept, Wrexham

Wrexham Museum - Conference Venue

Wrexham Museum – IHBC Wales Conference venue

 

 

 

 

 

 


BBC Wales reports that it has been given access to a draft report on ‘
damp, mould and condensation caused in Welsh social housing by inappropriate cavity wall insulation’, although the authors and Welsh Government has not offered a comment,  IHBC Wales Branch is pre-empting more problems through its Energy Efficiency seminary on 2 September in Wrexham, so book now!

BBC Wales writes:
‘More than 280 homes have had insulation removed in Rhondda Cynon Taff alone, while 900 properties require remedial action in Neath Port Talbot.

The problems have been revealed in a draft report for the Welsh government, seen by BBC Wales.

The Welsh government said it could not comment.

The report, by the Building Research Establishment (BRE), was commissioned by the Wales Low and Zero Carbon Hub, which advises the Welsh government.

It was obtained under a Freedom of Information request by campaign group Cavity Insulation Victims Alliance.’

BBC News report on ‘Damp in social housing blamed on ‘inappropriate’ insulation’

BBC News report on ‘Historical buildings ‘mistakes’ made by councils’

For the Wales Branch event and to book your place see links from the NewsBlog

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