RAAC became headline news in August 2023, when the Department for Education ("DfE") announced that more than 150 schools in England & Wales were facing immediate closure as a result of the safety concerns surrounding RAAC.
The reality is RAAC is not a new issue. With a design life of around 40 years, the safety implications of RAAC in buildings has been known for sometime. Whilst there is no register of buildings that were built using RAAC, it is known to be widespread in the public sector and other public buildings - as well as the private sector.
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