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2017
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Information drop-in sessions for non-cladded multi storey blocks - week two

The second week in a series of information sessions for residents of its non-cladded multi-storey properties has been arranged by Aberdeen City Council.

The drop-in sessions are designed to share information with residents and answer questions in relation to fire safety and building standards following the Grenfell Tower disaster in London.

The sessions are being held at venues throughout the city in the coming weeks.

Residents of all Aberdeen City Council multi-storey properties have already received letters providing information and advice. They have also received leaflets about multi storey fire safety from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service. Drop-in sessions have already been held for people who live in multi storey buildings which have been over-clad.

A selection of Frequently Asked Questions has also been compiled to provide a quick reference guide to more common concerns. This is available at: http://news.aberdeencity.gov.uk/faqs-aberdeen-city-council-multi-storey-properties/.

Drop-in sessions being held this week are as follows:

For residents of Gilcomstoun Land, Denburn Court, Thistle Court, Greig Court, Hutcheon Court, Marischal Court, Virginia Court, Porthill Court and Seamount Court - Monday 17 July at the Town and County Hall, Town House, Union Street entrance from 10am to 1pm.

For the residents of Granitehill House and Smithfield Court - Tuesday 18 July at Granitehill Court Common Room, from 10am to 11am

For the residents of Balmoral Court - Tuesday 18 July at Balmoral Court Common Room, from 2pm to 3pm

For the residents of Gairn Court - Tuesday 18 July at Gairn Court Common Room from 3pm to 4pm.

For the residents of Mastrick Land - Wednesday 19 July at Mastrick Land Common Room, from 10am to 11am.

For the residents of Kincorth Land - Wednesday 19 July at Kincorth Land Common Room, from 3pm to 4pm.

For the residents of Bruce House, Davidson House Rose House and Wallace House - Thursday 20 July at Wallace House Common Room, from 4pm to 6pm.