Published: 16:08, 14 June 2017 |
Updated: 16:22, 14 June 2017
A housing provider is reviewing safety at tower blocks in Herne Bay and Whitstable following a devastating fire in London.
Six people were killed and 74 injured, including 20 critically, when the 24-storey Grenfell Tower building in the west of the capital caught fire overnight.
Now East Kent Housing, which manages Elizabeth and Margaret Court in Herne Bay as well as Windsor House in Whitstable for Canterbury City Council, is reviewing fire safety at the three blocks in the district.
The council's deputy chief executive Velia Coffey says East Kent Housing will be in contact with residents.
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