Residents of high-rise blocks across Greater Manchester are invited to have their say at the High-Rise Residents' Forum on Tuesday 18 September.
Chair of the High-Rise Taskforce, Paul Dennett, and Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service will provide an update on the work that has been done to reassure people living in high-rise buildings across the region.
The meeting is open to all high-rise residents and is an opportunity to discuss thoughts and concerns about fire safety.
The meeting will take place on 18 September at 6.30pm, at GMFRS Training and Development Centre, Cassidy Close, Manchester, M4 5FP.
Please visit www.manchesterfire.gov.uk/news/events/high-rise-residents-forum/ to book your place.
Don't worry if you can't make it along this time. We'll keep you posted on future forums as the dates are confirmed.
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