Residents in Salford say they're angry and face uncertainty about the safety of their homes as work to strip potentially dangerous cladding from nine tower blocks continues.
The council claims they'll spend tens of millions of pounds to get the buildings up to the correct fire safety standards.
They hope to recoup that money through legal action. A new cladding system is currently being tested in Dubai.
A second housing provider in Salford has suspended the removal of cladding from its high-rise blocks because of "unclear" Government advice.
Trafford Housing Trust has confirmed cladding on its tower blocks has failed fire safety tests.
The number of high rise blocks in Manchester that have failed fire cladding safety tests was reported to have risen to four today.