For reasons of public safety, among others, a High Court judge made clear the owner of Centennial Tower was justified in recladding the entire facade of the 35-storey building, from which two stone panels had fallen.
The recladding, which one expert said would cost $20 million, was the only justifiable course, rather than alternative rectification works suggested.
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