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Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) Discovery Survey Programme - List of Properties

Published on 29 January 2024

From: Health Facilities Scotland

This provides a list of properties which are currently being surveyed across the NHSScotland Estate as part of the RAAC Discovery Survey Programme.



Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) is a lightweight form of concrete used primarily in roof construction in the UK from the mid-1950s to late 1980s, with some instances being found in buildings in the early 1990s. We believe it was used in a wide range of buildings in both the private and public sector. NHSScotland Assure is therefore carrying out a RAAC Discovery Survey Programme on behalf of Scottish Government to identify and risk assess any RAAC panels found across the NHSScotland estate. Access the archived version of this report and our frequently asked questions.

For more information about progress of the survey programme please refer the RAAC webpage for each NHSScotland Board: