Glasgow swimming pool closes after RAAC found – Glasgow Times

A Glasgow swimming pool has been closed after the presence of RAAC has been found.
Glasgow Club’s Whitehill has been shut to allow structural engineers to examine the building.
In the meantime, the swimming pool and all other facilities will be inaccessible.
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Glasgow Life said: “Glasgow Club Whitehill has been closed to allow us to further investigate the presence of RAAC in the building.
“A visual inspection showed the presence of RAAC at the facility and we are now in the process of working with structural engineers to assess any further action required.”
The council’s arm-length organisation has apologised for any inconvenience and said it would update when the site reopens.
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