PRE-inquest reviews will be held for the four men who died in the Didcot Power Station collapse of February 2016.

Michael Collings, 53, from Cleveland; John Shaw, 61, Kenneth Cresswell, 57, both from Rotherham, and Christopher Huxtable, 34, from Swansea, all died after part of the former boiler house at Didcot Power Station A collapsed as it was being prepared for demolition.

It is understood an 18-month investigation into the collapse by Thames Valley Police and the Health and Safety Executive is continuing.

At the time of the collapse, Coleman & Company was undertaking preparatory work for the demolition of the former coal-fired boiler house. RWE NPower closed that part of the plant in March 2013 after 43 years of service.

The rest of the boiler house was brought down by explosives in July 2016.

An inquest was held for Mr Collings in March 2016, while others for the other three men was held in September 2016.

There were safety concerns over the rubble after the building collapsed. Before it was cleared, it was 55m long, up to 30m wide and 25m high.

Oxfordshire coroner Darren Salter said at Mr Collings' inquest that he was found next to the collapsed building.

Mr Salter said at Mr Shaw, Mr Huxtable and Mr Cresswell's inquests that they had undergone different identification processes after they were recovered from the wreckage of the former plant.

Mr Huxtable was identified by his fingerprints, while Mr Cresswell was identified using odontology by an odontologist.

Mr Shaw was identified by his tattoos, his mobile phone and jewellery and clothing he was wearing.

The pre-inquest review will be held at Oxford Coroner's Court at County Hall in New Road on January 31 from 2pm. It will be in part to make plans for the final inquest hearing, including details of any witnesses who will need to give evidence.