January 27 - January 31, 2020

Following a lawsuit filed by the British Blind & Shutter Association, U.K. courts decided to cut part of the country’s combustible cladding ban, noting that it shouldn’t have included materials used on shutters, blinds and other products designed to reduce a building’s heat gain. Do you agree with the decision regarding high-rise buildings?


Answers Votes
Yes. 57%
No. 36%
Other (Please respond in the comments). 7%


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