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Hundreds of homes with RAAC concrete evacuated in Aberdeen

  • About 299 council properties in Aberdeen, Scotland, are being evacuated due to the presence of crumbling Raac materials.
  • Raac, used in buildings from the 1950s to 1990s, has raised safety concerns, leading to urgent actions in schools, hospitals, and public buildings across the UK.
  • The Aberdeen City Council is exploring options for the affected properties, including remedial works or demolition, and has set aside £3m for a rehousing program.
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