Partner, Helen Macfarlane quoted in news reports concerning the status of investigations into ACP cladding in New Zealand.

In the wake of the 2014 Lacrosse fire in Melbourne and the horrific Grenfell fire in June 2017, concerns have been raised as to the extent to which aluminium composite panels (ACP) using combustible polyethylene as a core have been used in construction in New Zealand.  Hesketh Henry partner, Helen Macfarlane, a council member of the Society of Construction Law (SCL), presented a paper on this to the SCL earlier this year and has recently been quoted in news reports concerning the status of investigations into ACP cladding in New Zealand.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/107594201/building-owners-face-higher-insurance-premiums-if-they-have-exterior-combustible-cladding 

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