Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete
Just like you, I awoke to the news this morning that the DfE have made some decisions around historic building materials. Unlike you (most likely) this has altered the course of my day.
I am pleased to inform you that following both visual inspection of the site and careful scrutiny of the building management paperwork we do not believe that Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) is in use in our building.
As an additional precaution the DfE will provide a site survey within the next six weeks.
More details are available in this letter.
The important news is that the building is safe and that we will open as normal on the 6th September for Year 10 and 12 (full arrangements here).