Who We Are

Manchester Cladiators is a voluntary group representing the residents of buildings across Greater Manchester with dangerous cladding systems and serious internal fire safety issues.

We actively campaign to make our homes safe at no cost to our residents.


Crowd Funding

We rely on donations to fund our campaign work. This pays for things like the development of this website and campaign costs. If you can spare any money to help us then please click on the JustGiving link.


29th April 2021: BBC Coverage of the Cladding Scandal

Prominent coverage of the Building safety Crisis on BBC News at Ten in the aftermath of the passing of the Fire Safety Bill without any protection of innocent leaseholders.

2nd April: Meeting with Mary Robinson and William Wragg

Thank you William Wragg and Mary Robinson for meeting us. We gave an overview of our campaign and the national @EOCS_Official position after the recent announcement by Robert Jenrick with a focus on what we still need to bring a fair and final end to the #BuildingSafetyCrisis
Meeting with William Wragg and Mary Robinson
Manchester and Liverpool Cladiators jointly held a "Cladding Question Time" featuring: Andy Burnham; Ellen Louden; Steve Rotheram; Jenni Seex; George Clarke and Lord Stephen Greenhalgh. This is definitely worth a watch. We would like to warn you that there is some strong language.

The Fire Safety Bill returned to the Commons on 22nd March 2021

The Lord Bishop of St Albans (McPartland Smith) Amendment went back to the House of Commons on 22nd March. It was defeated by 322 votes to 253 but some of our northern-based Conservative MPs did support the amendment. A big thank you to Chris Green, Esther McVey, Mary Robinson and William Wragg.  We have great support from many Labour Party MPs but of course this should never be a party political issue.
This is the full list of those who supported our cause. 

Manchester Cladiators' Meeting with Andy Burnham 23rd March 2021

Zoom meeting with Andy Burnham
Thanks to @AndyBurnhamGM for meeting with us to discuss the campaign and what more is needed from Government and developers to solve this issue for residents. We deserve to live in safe homes & should not have to pay to fix them. 
Giles Grover giving an interview to Heart, talking about the fire safety issues at City Gate, Manchester

A Video That was Made to Mark the Third Anniversary of the Grenfell Tragedy 

Mental Health

Many of us are now experiencing financial hardship because of spiralling costs

We have resources on our website to help - click the link below.

#DebtAwarenessWeek
A standard breathing space is available to anyone with problem debt, and allows them legal protection from any creditor.
At our Cladding Question Time event,
@scantilyclad_
spoke openly about being forced into bankruptcy by the bills to pay for her unsafe home. In #DebtAwarenessWeek it’s important to highlight the impact which these bills are having on people.
In case we forget. Boris Johnson clearly states on 3rd February 2021 that, "We are absolutely clear that leaseholders should not have to worry about the cost of fixing historic safety defects that they did not cause".
Giles Grover, leaseholder and campaigner with End Our Cladding Scandal and Manchester Cladiators, reacts on BBC Politics Live to the announcement of cladding remediation funding plan by the Secretary of State for Housing, Robert Jenrick, on 22nd Feb .
Sarah Corker reports on the Cladding Scandal, featuring resident and campaigner, Giles Grover.

Crowd Funding

We rely on donations to fund our campaign work. This pays for things like the development of this website and campaign costs. If you can spare any money to help us then please click on the JustGiving link here.


Our website describes what Manchester Cladiators has achieved and what our future strategy is. We also give examples of the serious, life-changing issues that our members are facing.
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