Falling Masonry

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Dear East Dunbartonshire Council,

Please provide the number of instances of falling masonry from buildings in your council area within the last five years.

For each incident, please provide any detail you have, including the address of the building that shed masonry, what action was taken to rectify the problem, and whether any injuries, deaths or full/partial road/street closures occurred as a result.

Thanks for your help,

Jamie Mann

East Dunbartonshire Council

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Dear Jamie

Thank you for your request for information regarding the number of
instances of falling masonry from buildings in your council area within the
last five years: .

In answer to your enquiry I can provide the following response on behalf of
East Dunbartonshire Council.

Date - 23 March 2017
Address -126 Cowgate, Kirkintilloch G66 1HF
Details - Partial collapse of stone retaining wall below restaurant
external terrace area
Actions - Wall reconstructed
Injuries/ deaths - None

There was partial closure of the public footpath NCR 754 adjacent to the
Forth and Clyde Canal following the wall collapse and reconstruction
works.

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From: Jamie Mann <[FOI #680882 email]>
To: FOI requests at East Dunbartonshire Council
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Date: 31/07/2020 12:35
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Falling Masonry

Dear East Dunbartonshire Council,

Please provide the number of instances of falling masonry from buildings in
your council area within the last five years.

For each incident, please provide any detail you have, including the
address of the building that shed masonry, what action was taken to rectify
the problem, and whether any injuries, deaths or full/partial road/street
closures occurred as a result.

Thanks for your help,

Jamie Mann

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Received with thanks Pauline,

Yours faithfully,

Jamie Mann

East Dunbartonshire Council

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