Our expert says:
I'm no architect, but under these circumstances, I'd leave the building, and ask the Council officials responsible for approving the plans and use of the building, to check on its safety.
Maybe also send a message perhaps by registered post, keeping copies, to the architect, asking for re-assurance that the building is entirely safe with no risk to you at all.
And some of the media, TV and radio, might be interested in investiagting such a story, too.
On the face of it, its reasonable for you to feel fearful, and the owners and architect are, hmm, on shaky ground in insisting everything's totally safe, unless they can back it up
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