Builder being pursued over combustible cladding goes bust, leaving apartment owners with bill


Combustible cladding was discovered on the Anstey Square complex in Brunswick after a fire spread from one apartment to another in 2017. Residents in apartments bound in combustible cladding fear they will have no option but to pay millions of dollars to make their homes safe again, after construction company Hickory placed its subsidiary, H Buildings, into voluntary administration. View full story here.