The Herald's property site describes a flash new apartment building going up on the site of the old Dick Smith's on K Road.
To quote one part of this item:
Other exterior materials include glass, vertical ribbed profile Colorsteel and Alucobond aluminium composite panels.
Or from another site:
ALUCOBOND® is a light aluminium composite material consisting of two aluminium cover sheets and a core material usually made of polyethylene.
Or from the wikiP page on the Grenfell Tower fire:
One of the products used was Arconic's Reynobond, which is available with different types of core material—polyethylene, as reportedly used in Grenfell Tower
Who would be comfortable to live in a building clad in such material?