Bristol's tower blocks have not been included in a list of hundreds across the country which have similar cladding to Grenfell Tower as announced by the Prime Minister.
Theresa May has revealed a list of 600 buildings thought to be wrapped in a similar material to that which exacerbated the enormous fire at the flats in Kensington.
Bristol's Mayor has said that fire safety checks are not over yet though. Additional inspections of the cladding will be carried out by an independent body and the council is looking into sprinkler installation.
Earlier this week Marvin met with local residents while Avon Fire and Rescue Service spoke to tenants and reassured them about fire safety in light of the tragic events in West London.
Bristol City Council are looking into installing sprinklers in all multi-story blocks of flats and bringing an independent body in to carry out checks on all clad blocks including reviewing approval certificates, materials used and confirming that there are fire breaks in the buildings.
Paul Smith is the Council Cabinet Member for Housing.