Firefighters in London formally raised safety concerns about dozens of blocks of flats around the capital before the Grenfell Tower disaster.
GetWestLondon reviewed the list of safety notices on the Chief Fire Officers Association (CFOA) register in light of the tragedy.
We found that 51 notices were listed as ‘in force’ for purpose-built blocks of flats from the London Fire Brigade (LFB).
The CFOA register does not record why the LFB flagged up any of the blocks.
Two of the 51 entries are prohibition notices in force in west London.
These are reserved for when the fire service believes the risk is so serious that people must be restricted from using part or all of the building.
Fire services in England and Wales have the power to send enforcement notices out to organisations they believe are not complying with fire safety legislation passed in 2005.
In total there are 308 enforcement, alteration and prohibition notices listed on the Chief Fire Officers Association relating to purpose built blocks of flats of four storeys or higher, of which 87 are listed as "in force".
The association, which collates records from around the two countries, says the register is updated as and when new data is available, usually weekly.
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