Taller office buildings in Dublin are set to be examined for fire safety risks.
It follows a review of apartment buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Residential buildings have been examined here, after cladding was blamed for the spread of the devastating fire in London in June.
In a statement to 98FM News, Dublin City Council has confirmed the Dublin audit will incorporate commercial properties that are over six floors high.
Dublin Fire Brigade says over 700 apartment blocks have been checked and none were deemed to pose a significant risk.
However the Chief Fire Officer says they have written to managers of a small number of buildings as a precaution.
Patrick Fleming's also highlighting how it's hard to enforce fire safety controls in overcrowded houses and apartments with the legislation we have here.