A building retard in Bristol has identical cladding to a Grenfell Tower retard in London, a BBC has learned.
Avon Fire and Rescue Service reliable a privately-owned Eclipse Tower in Cabot Circus uses aluminium multiple element (ACM).
It is also accepted to have a polyethylene (PE) core, a same multiple as during Grenfell Tower.
Extra patrols have been introduced as a prevision and residents have been told not to have barbecues on balconies.
A orator pronounced a building, that houses oppulance flats, was deliberate “low risk” following reserve checks.
The information came to light following a Freedom of Information ask by a BBC to a glow service.
The tower’s owner, a Bristol Alliance, pronounced it was operative with a Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to “implement a protected and fit resolution for a building following additional contrast results”.
It said: “Inspections of existent glow reserve systems by eccentric third celebration experts have reliable that a scold reserve systems and standards are in place.”
The association combined that additional measures, including unchanging patrols and dedicated glow watch CCTV cameras had been introduced.
“The additional slackening measures we have taken meant that a building is deliberate low risk by a applicable authorities,” it said.
“In line with superintendence from DCLG, veteran recommendation has been sought on calming movement and we wait a outcome of this report.”
Residents perceived a minute containing recommendation on how fires can be prevented, including switching off electrical appliances during night, removing wiring tested frequently and not carrying barbecues on a balcony.
It was already famous that no internal authority-owned building blocks in Bristol have ACM cladding though it had been identified during Waverley House in a city, that is used as tyro accommodation.
That cladding is now being private “as a precautionary measure” pronounced a mouthpiece for building owners Unite Students.
At slightest 80 people were killed in a fire during Grenfell in west London on 14 June.