Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have travelled up to Salford to campaign alongside people living in buildings that are still covered in potentially dangerous cladding.
It was part of a coordinated effort across the country which saw messages projected onto the sides of tower blocks, which campaigners say are still unsafe.
Last month the Government announced they will fund the removal of unsafe Grenfell Tower-style cladding on private residential high-rise blocks.
However this doesn't extend to buildings covered in another type of cladding, which fire services say isn't safe.
Campaigners from "Grenfell United" travelled to Salford to lend their support:
There are twelve sites across Greater Manchester where potential fire safety issues have been identified.
The developers of NV Buildings - where the light projection protest was held - say they are "very optimistic" that the situation will be resolved soon.
It's currently owned by Freehold Managers Limited, who are calling on the government to step in.
The Government says "The government has consistently made clear that building safety is the responsibility of the building owner".
Friday marks two years since a small kitchen fire in a west London high-rise turned into the most deadly domestic blaze since the Second World War.
72 people lost their lives in the fire.