Embankment House and Temple House - building safety

We’ll be posting the latest building safety news for customers living in Embankment House and Temple House, Brighton here, so please bookmark this page to stay up-to-date on the work we’re doing to keep everyone safe.

Latest update - 19 April 2024

Thank you to everyone who joined our project meeting recently.

Project summary

The fire safety work at Embankment House and Temple House will include filling brick cavities with non-combustible insulation and installing fire breaks within the curtain wall on the top floors.

The first part of the project involves works to the curtain wall system and ground floor vents. This will be completed without scaffold, using mobile towers.

Estimated programme
  • Temporary welfare setup - April 2024
  • Site mobilisation - April 2024
  • Enabling works – May 2024
  • Scaffold erection - May 2024
  • Ventilation duct works – May 2024
  • Curtain wall work – June 2024
  • Cavity filling, surveying and injection – November 2024
  • Scaffold strike and demobilise site – August 2025
  • EWS1 certificate issued – September 2025

Resident Liaison Officer

If you have any questions about the remediation project, please email Bouygues’ RLO, Vicki, at [email protected].

Next customer meeting: Thursday 9 May 2024

Our next customer meeting will be held on a date on Thursday 9 May at 5:30pm.

Reminders will be sent nearer the date.

We've also sent a copy of the Q&A from our last meeting to all residents for whom we have email addresses on record. If you haven't received it, please email us at [email protected].

Clarification for leaseholders

We’re pleased to confirm customers will not be charged for the remedial works at Embankment House and Temple House.

Download a copy of your building’s fire risk assessment

You can download a copy of the latest fire risk assessment (FRA) for your building by clicking on the building name in list below:

Your building’s fire risk assessment may include some actions, which we will complete by the due date stated.

EWS1 forms

If you want to find out more about External Wall Systems (EWS1) forms, please visit our EWS pages, where you can find an overview of the issues surrounding external wall surveys and the answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Get in touch

If you have a question that isn’t answered on the EWS pages, or you have a specific concern, please email us at [email protected]. We’ll aim to respond to you within two working days.