Reports in the press over the weekend claim an alleged construction industry whistle-blower was sacked for raising concerns that an inappropriate foundation was used at the site.
Mr McDonald is calling on the administration to publish all survey evidence or carry out a new investigation at Brimmond Primary School to determine if there is any truth in the claims.
“The administration is relying on a ground investigation from 2013 and a survey in April to inform them on this matter. I do not think it’s best to rely on information from prior to the school’s construction, or to withhold any updated monitoring of it since then.
“It is my understanding that structural engineers said only a few months ago there is no evidence of subsidence but I and many others would like to see the report that they produced. I have written to the city council urging them to make that information available so the community and councillors can be fully reassured that the building is structurally secure.”
Notes: A report appeared in the Scotland on Sunday yesterday (10 July 2016) which included claims from an alleged Whistleblower that Brimmond Primary School playground has subsidence.