Rydon warns it could take action over comments by Camden council leader that cladding on other buildings was not up to the standard commissioned

The contractor that refurbished Grenfell Tower has threatened legal action against Camden council in a dispute over its use of the same combustible panels on other residential blocks in the borough.

The London Borough of Camden evacuated hundreds of families from four towers on the Chalcots estate last weekend after it emerged that they were clad in flammable aluminium polyethylene-filled sheeting under a £150m PFI contract with Rydon. Fire brigade inspectors also raised concerns about a lack of fire doors and insulation around gas pipes.

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