A ban on the use of combustible materials on the external walls of certain new high-rise buildings will be introduced in Scotland next year, the Scottish government has announced.
The government and rail industry have agreed a plan to increase efficiency of the UK's railways, improve journeys and increase the capability of the sector to trade internationally, with a focus on more and better use of technology.
The use of combustible materials on the external walls of new high-rise buildings in England and Wales will be banned as of 21 December 2018, the government has confirmed.
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