Work to replace cladding on two Oxford tower blocks has been completed.
Both Evenlode and Windrush towers in Blackbird Leys now have fire-resistant coating.
Oxford City Council removed the old cladding following last year's Grenfell fire after it failed new government fire safety tests.
It is one of the first local authorities in the country to complete such work.
The council had already planned to fit sprinklers in the tower blocks as part of £20 million improvement works across its five tower blocks that began in 2016.
Last month Prime Minister Theresa May announced £400 million to fund the removal of dangerous cladding from tower blocks by councils and housing associations.
The city council hopes this fund will cover the £1 million it spent to replace the cladding.