Freeholder Pemberstone says new fund is being set up to cover two Manchester blocks

Owners of flats in Manchester that are covered in combustible cladding are celebrating after the success of a campaign to force the building’s owner or developer to pay the estimated £5m bill to replace them.

Leaseholders of apartments at Vallea Court and Cypress Place in the city centre have been told by their freeholder, Pemberstone, that the recladding bill, plus their legal costs and the cost of a 24-hour walking watch, will be met by a new fund. They were each facing a bill of about £20,000.

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