A PREMIER league stadium is now being examined after 4,000 were evacuated from tower blocks – amid fears of “another Grenfell”.
CHECKS: The Amex stadium has been checked following fire fears
The materials used at Brighton and Hove Albion’s Amex stadium and its training ground are being re-checked.
A spokesman for the club said “added precautions” were being taken.
The move comes in response to safety fears following the Grenfell Tower disaster, which is expected to have killed at least 79 people. 
The blocks at the Chalcots Estate contain 800 households, with 650 evacuated and now in different accomodation.
Camden Council said 270 hotel rooms have been used along with 100 places in social housing.
But reports suggest 83 people have refused to leave. 
Many angry residents have branded the operation a “shambles”, …
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