The initial list included 113 buildings.
Bucharest City Hall representatives have showed that the list is updated periodically on the website pmb.ro, taking into consideration the eventual modifications of the law but also the information from the owners, after identifying errors on the public list.
The update is represented by rectifications regarding some identification details of the building such as construction date, levels, apartments and new classification in earthquake risk classes.
From the total number of the buildings needing consolidation, the municipality has completed the works for 30 buildings, according to Mediafax.
Among the 190 buildings with high earthquake risk, 27 are situated on Lipscani and Smardan St. in the Old Centre. (source: dailybusiness.ro)