Fire wardens stationed at flats with 'Grenfell cladding'
Glasgow City Council had wardens patrolling flats at Glasgow Harbour over the weekend.
Fire wardens have been stationed 24 hours a day at Scottish high-rises with Grenfell-type cladding.
Flats at Glasgow Harbour are among 19 properties in the city featuring aluminium composite insulation.
It has been linked to the blaze at Grenfell Tower in London, where 80 people lost their lives.
Council fire wardens were deployed on Friday after tests revealed the cladding - which covers a significant portion of the privately-owned buildings - was not flame resistant.
The local authority insisted it was a temporary measure and said everybody living in an affected building had been told.
Firefighters visited the flats every four hours on Saturday and Sunday and people living there have been told to evacuate if a blaze breaks out.
A minimum of five fire engines will be sent in the event of a blaze.
Glasgow Harbour residents were warned by their building factor in early July - more than two months before the council officially acknowledged the situation.
It was initially believed that up to 57 high-rises in Glasgow were affected but that number was later reduced to 19.
The situation was inadvertently made public after it was mentioned at a Holyrood committee.
Council leader Susan Aitken later apologised for the way it emerged.