On December 21st 2016 at 14.10 hrs an email was sent from Glasgow City Council to someone at The Rangers Football Club.
I have a redacted copy of that email by way of a Freedom of Information request as previously referenced today.
Here is the full text of that email:
Subject: Safety Advisory Group Meeting – 21 December 2016
Ahead of the meeting this afternoon, I thought it would be helpful to provide an overview of the matters to be discussed.
The latest report received is not as technically detailed as we had anticipated. It is mentioned, for example, that further detailed inspections and surveys have been carried out and these appear to raise concerns about the continuing deterioration of the roofs. However, we have not been provided with a comprehensive technical assessment which could allow us to concur with conclusions in the latest report.
It is stated in the latest report provided by [REDACTED] that there is no immediate risk to public safety. However, we need to establish how that conclusion has been reached as we have current safety concerns related to the matters raised in that report.
These issues will be discussed further at the meeting this afternoon.
Glasgow City Council
City Chambers Glasgow
Phone: 0141 28
Dear reader, you will note from the in this email the importance of
“The latest report received is not as technically detailed as we had anticipated”.
Moreover, the author of the email notes that they wish to be appraised as to how the assessment on public safety was arrived at.
“…as we have current safety concerns related to the matters raised in that report.”
As I stated earlier today on this site.
I stand by my original story of last December when I reported that the safety Advisory Group (SAG) had expressed concerns about Ibrox Stadium.
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