Sheffield City Council has announced it will be fitting sprinklers in all 24 of its tower blocks.
This evening the council said it would be announcing a series of meetings from Wednesday to speak to residents.
The news comes after the fire at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington claimed the lives of at least 79 people.
A spokesman for Sheffield City Council said they had always intended to review their policy on sprinklers as part of ongoing renovation and improvement works but was bringing the commitment forward to provide extra reassurance to residents.
Councillor Jayne Dunn said: “We have done a huge amount of work in recent years to make sure our tower blocks are safe.
"The cladding systems are fireproof and comply with building and planning regulations.
“We had always intended to review our position on sprinklers later this year. But as an extra reassurance to residents, I am today announcing this has been brought forward and we will be fitting sprinklers in all 24 blocks.”
The council will start consulting on a block by block basis later this year with tenants and leaseholders.
There is already one tower block with sprinklers – Callow Mount – which was retro-fitted in 2011, as part of work with the British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association and South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue.
Twenty one of the council’s 24 tower blocks have metal cladding.
A spokesman said the cladding is fireproof as the insulation is mineral and rock wool, with fire breaks at the floor and party walls.
They added: "This creates a fire-proof box around each flat to the external structure to prevent the spread of fire to other flats.
"The other three are brickwork-clad and designed to operate in the same way as the other 21 but in these cases have a separate metal fire barrier installed."