Cladding on a tower block in Brent is among more than 100 high-rises in England to fail fire safety tests.
Residents who live in the 115 flats at Elizabeth House, on High Road in Wembley, have been told they are able to stay in their flats despite cladding, made of Aluminium Composite Material (ACM), being found unsafe.
A 24-hour patrol, seven days a week, has been put on the 13-storey tower as Octavia, the company which runs the building, said it is investigating how the cladding can be replaced.
A spokesman from Octavia said: "Following the decision from Camden Council to evacuate residents from several blocks over concerns of fire safety we would like to reassure residents again we are continuing to follow the guidance and advice of the London Fire Brigade and authorities and their safety is our first priority.
"After advice and a full building inspection from the London Fire Brigade (LFB), an independent Fire Risk Assessment, as well as our own reviews of our Fire Risk Assessments, Octavia have no plans in the immediate future to evacuate our residents.
"A number of our senior staff members and a representative from the LFB, held a meeting with residents of Elizabeth House on Friday June 23.
"At that meeting, we advised that we have been given a clear instruction from the Fire Brigade that due to the quality of additional safety measures including sprinklers in each flat, and our own fire safety strategies, the building is safe for residents to continue to reside in.
"We have assured residents that given this confirmation, cladding will not be removed immediately but we are investigating how cladding can be swiftly replaced in a proper and managed replacement programme in the near future.
"Since hearing the news that some of the cladding used at Elizabeth House did not meet the highest standards set by the Building Research Establishment (BRE), we have followed all the procedures set out by the Department of Communities and Local Government and have had patrols in place throughout the day and night.
"The London Fire Brigade confirmed that they have a good impression of the building and stated it was very well managed and so they can see no need for immediate action nor urgent concern.
"We have organised fire watch patrols 24/7 for added reassurance and safety and we are keeping residents updated.
"Residents should be reassured that we are doing, and will continue to do everything necessary to ensure their safety."
Residents have been urged to call Octavia on 020 8354 5500 if they have any concerns.
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