In this section you can find out more about our building safety programme, the government's response to Grenfell Tower, EWS1 forms and some of the issues that have come about as an indirect result, particularly those affecting leaseholders and people wishing to purchase flats.
To read our response to recent statements made by the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP on the subject of Building Safety, please click here.
On 29 April 2021, the government’s Fire Safety Bill became law. The passing of this bill means that building owners or managers of multi-occupied residential buildings must conduct a fire risk assessment for each building and take steps to reduce the risk of fire spreading. Triathlon Homes already has an up-to-date Fire Risk Assessment for each of our buildings. Read more...
More info, the government's response and our responseExplore
The current active buildings in the programmeExplore
Buildings over 18 metres
The work required for tall buildings (over 18 metres, or about 7 storeys tall) is different from shorter buildingsExplore
Some leaseholders may find it hard to sell, re-mortgage or staircase their home due to lender requirementsExplore
Frequently asked questions
Please take a look at our FAQs if you still have questionsExplore
A range of external resources relevant to our building safety commitmentExplore