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RAAC / Concrete

Wibbles Community member Posts: 1,543 Pioneering
The Daily Mirror leads on an investigation that found an IT firm linked to the husband of Education Secretary Gillian Keegan won a £1m contract from the schools rebuilding fund to replace server infrastructure in schools....
Another example of more Conservative Government corruption? Giving contracts and public money to Tory donors and friends....


  • woodbine
    woodbine Community member Posts: 11,286 Disability Gamechanger
    It now appears that "some" social housing built in the 50's and 60's could contain RAAC
    2024 The year of the general election...the time for change is coming 💡

  • Wibbles
    Wibbles Community member Posts: 1,543 Pioneering
    edited September 2023
    It looks like any building (50's - 70's) with a flat roof could be RAAC ?
    This problem is going to be hurrendously expensive to fix
    Hence I am waiting for the cover-ups to start

    While the extent of RAAC is not yet known, there is a reasonable suspicion that it is widespread. Expert chartered architect Philip Morris has advised that “the use of RAAC was quite endemic during 1950s-1990s due to its innovative lightweight structural properties”.

    He says from his own experience that it was used in the construction of both low-rise local authority and private sector housing. Some estimates put it as high as up to 10% of council housing.

    That's 400,000 possible RAAC houses !!


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