Freedom of information response

Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) 

Publication date: 
Tuesday 16 January 2024

1.    How many council owned properties in your local authority have Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) that is deemed to present a risk to life safety? 
2.    For each of the last five years, please provide: 
a.    The total number of council owned properties overall. 
B.    The total number of council owned (residential and commercial) properties identified to contain RAAC concrete. 
C.    The number of these properties that have been deemed to present a risk to life safety due to the RAAC concrete 
d.    The number of properties where remediation work has been undertaken to address the risks associated with the RAAC concrete 
3.    The number of properties still requiring remediation work. 
Please provide this information in an Excel spreadsheet or other digital document format, if possible.


Thurrock Council currently have no identified RAAC within its portfolio that represents a threat to life safety.

The Council are currently responsible for 785 assets (excluding housing stock)

The Council have recently compiled a list of properties which potentially fall in to the criteria set by the government and are now embarking on a programme to survey all of these properties to determine if RAAC is present. From these survey’s any remedial actions will be documented in relation to RAAC.

Request reference:
FOI 13313