Gatwick Airport confirms it has RAAC
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Heathrow Airport also confirmed that it has locations containing the collapse-prone concrete including Terminal 3.
A London Gatwick spokesperson said: "We have a register of locations containing RAAC on the airport campus, which are closely monitored through a regular comprehensive structural inspection regime.
"Our most recent inspection in June 2023 did not present any concerns, and we will continue to monitor on a regular basis."
Concerns had been raised nationally around the lightweight building material Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC), which was used from the 1950s-1990s, as it is prone to collapse.