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    15 July 2018

    MIMA Building Safety Guide launched

    Today, MIMA has launched its guidance on the assessment and design of insulation and/or cladding systems applied to the exterior of all buildings having more than three storeys above ground level.

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    10 July 2018

    Improving the insulation of buildings makes sense both now and in a low carbon future

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    22 May 2018

    MIMA comment on the Prime Minister's announcement on The Grand Challenge Missions and Clean Growth

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    17 May 2018

    ‘Insufficient' - MIMA’s first reaction to Dame Judith Hackitt’s independent report on Building Regulations and Fire Safety.

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    27 April 2018

    Open letter to the Prime Minister

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    18 December 2017

    Hackitt interim report: MIMA believes phase two report must go further to recommend that Buildings Regulations only allow non-combustible materials to be specified for use in mid to high-rise & high occupancy buildings.

    MIMA welcomes Dame Judith Hackitt’s independent interim report on Building Regulations and Fire Safety and its recommendations - in particular the finding that the current regulatory system for ensuring fire safety in high-rise and complex buildings is not fit for purpose.

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    25 October 2017

    MIMA responds to the Hackitt Review on Building Regulations and Fire Safety

    MIMA responds to the Hackitt Review on Building Regulations and Fire Safety

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    27 September 2017

    MIMA supported industry alliance launches aspirational action plan for Government to make our buildings great again

    Industry alliance launches aspirational action plan for Government to make our buildings great again

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    21 September 2017

    Statement on fire, public safety and the Buildings Regulations Review

    MIMA welcomes the review of Buildings Regulations but would like to see this review go much further and consider other potentially high occupancy buildings where speed of escape is likely to be constrained such as schools, hospitals and care homes and other high rise non-domestic buildings which appear to fall outside of the Building Regulations review Terms of Reference.

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    28 July 2017

    MIMA statement on the BRE cladding testing

    MIMA welcomes the BRE cladding tests instructed by DCLG and is fully cooperating with both DCLG and the BRE.

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    21 September 2016

    MIMA comments on the Prime Minister’s announcement that the UK will ratify the Paris Agreement by the end of 2016 21st September 2016

    MIMA is encouraged to hear the Prime Minister’s announcement today that the UK will ratify the Paris Agreement by the end of this year, and must now focus on putting in place the national policy framework necessary to deliver on the agreement and the UK’s own climate objectives.

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    01 September 2016

    MIMA comments on Bright Blue’s Green Conservatism report

    Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Executive Director at MIMA comments on the new report from Bright Blue’s Green Conservatism project on “Better homes: incentivising home energy improvements”

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    24 June 2016

    MEPs calls for the Commission to drive energy efficiency by making it a European energy infrastructure priority

    MIMA reaction to European report on the Energy Efficiency Directive

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    14 April 2016

    MIMA comments on the NAO report on the Green Deal:

    Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Executive Director at MIMA comments on the NAO’s report on the Green Deal

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  • Bright Blue
    08 April 2016

    MIMA comment on the launch of Bright Blue's Green Conservatism project

    Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Executive Director at MIMA comments on today’s launch of Bright Blue’s Green Conservatism project,

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