An apartment block which was closed after dangerous concrete was found in its roof will now have £7 million spent on it.
Widespread structural checks were carried out on public buildings earlier this year when the problems with RAAC were first reported.
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The council’s executive agreed to buy the freehold for the Banbury apartment block in October, before then only owning its leasehold.
Town Centre House, in Southam Road, was originally used as an office block after construction was completed in the 1970s.
It is understood that both the premise’s entrances to its car park are now fenced off with all curtains drawn.
Cherwell District Council has been contacted for comment.
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