RAAC: Sheffield Council to inspect all buildings constructed in last half of 20th century
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Education secretary Gillian Keegan said the incident led her to take action, just days before the new school year was due to begin.
Details of the council’s review were published in a recent document prepared for a meeting of the strategy and resources committee next week.
Officers said there were 1,895 offices and community buildings, 73 educational sites and 38,800 social homes in its estate.
The council said it will assess any of these buildings constructed between 1948 and 2000.
Work assessing these buildings began with schools prioritised first.
As of September 13, only one school in Sheffield – Abbey Lane Primary in Woodseats – was found to have RAAC.
Other council buildings will be prioritised by usage.
The strategy and resources committee is expected to discuss and approve the plan in a meeting on Wednesday, October 18.