Blackburn council buildings check calls after pool closure.
Two Conservative councillors have called for a special scrutiny committee to assess the state of Blackburn with Darwen Council's buildings following the controversial closure of Daisyfield Pools.
Cllr Mark Russell and Cllr Paul Marrow fear the problems of the swimming complex could be the tip of a disrepair iceberg.
They have asked for the council's place overview and scrutiny committee to conduct an urgent review into the issue.
The closure of Daisyfield Pools after the discovery of legionella bacteria revealed the council faced bills of £71,000 to refurbish its plant and £3.1million for wider building repairs. For the full story go to: