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© 2021 - Clad To Help Ltd - All Rights Reserved

1. Clad To Help Ltd ("we", "us", "our") owns the copyright for all content on and all its subdomains (the "Site"), apart from where we explicitly state that it is owned by someone else. This includes all text, images, videos, blog posts, flow charts, logos and intellectual property.​

2. You aren’t allowed to copy, reproduce, duplicate, resell, republish, download, post, broadcast or transmit it in any way, unless it’s for your own personal and non-commercial use, or where clause 4 below applies.


3. Except where expressly covered by clause 4 below, you must first obtain the express written permission of Clad To Help Ltd if you wish to use any of the Site or its content for any commercial, business, charity, journalism, academic, political lobbying, campaigning or political activism purposes (including as part of the work of any local or national Cladding Action Groups or Building Safety or Fire Safety Action Groups). You also must not copy or share any part of this site with other companies who may use it on your behalf for commercial or charitable purposes as part of any planning, design or construction work associated with cladding remediation or fire safety, even if you are not a commercial entity yourself.

4. Notwithstanding clause 3, you are permitted to provide direct links to our Site and any of its subdomains and you are permitted to share, re-share, post, re-post, re-blog, link or direct others to the Site's blog posts via your own commercial or non-commercial website, social media account or page, provided you do so in a way that is fair and legal and does not damage our reputation or take unfair advantage of it, and on the condition that both Clad To Help Ltd and the Site is clearly and openly acknowledged as the originator and source of the content, which shall remain unaltered, unedited, unfiltered and unchanged. You must not establish a link to the Site in such a way as to suggest any form of association, approval or endorsement on our part where none exists.

Last updated 20/03/2021

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