They are yet to have any remediation plan in place despite a looming threat of government enforcement action if plans are not finalised, the latest building safety programme figures have shown.

Building owners of the 67 private high-rise residences and two social sector high-rise buildings with aluminium composite material (ACM) are yet to establish remediation plans as of 31 October, despite the government demanding that all plans be in place by the end of the year.

The figures supplied by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) show that 66 landlords have an “intent to remediate but are developing plans”, with one building having “unclear remediation plans”.