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Aberdeen residents invited to information sessions in wake of Grenfell Tower disaster

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Residents of Aberdeen’s multi-storey buildings are being invited to take part in a series of information sessions following the Grenfell Tower disaster in London.

Aberdeen City Council has organised the drop-in events which are designed to share information with residents and answer questions in relation to fire safety and building standards.

A selection of frequently asked questions has also been compiled to provide a quick reference guide to more common concerns.

This can be viewed at

http://news.aberdeencity.gov.uk/faqs-aberdeen-city-council-multi-storey-properties/

Residents of all highrise buildings in the city will also be receiving letters providing information and advice.

Tomorrow’s sessions are as follows: Brimmond Court from 2-4pm; residents of Grampian Court and Morven Court at Grampian Court from 4-6pm; residents of Beechwood Court, Oldcroft Court, Stockethill Court, Cairncry Court, Cornill Court and Rosehill Court at Cairncry Community Centre from 4-7pm.

Wednesday’s sessions are as follows: Lord Hays Court from 2-4pm; residents of Balgownie Court, Inverdon Court and St Ninian Court at Lord Hays Court from 4-6pm, residents of Linksfield Court, Promenade Court and Regent Court at Regent Court from 4-6pm.

On Thursday residents of Aulton Court, Bayview Court, Beachview Court and Northsea Court can attend at session at Northsea Court from 4-6pm.

Details of further sessions will be confirmed.

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