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Domestic Fire Risk Assessments For Selling And Buying Property.

Specialist fire risk assessment service. 

We are nationally accredited fire risk assessment specialists, providing landlords and owners with fast turnarounds, ongoing support, and high-standard reporting and action plans.

I'm selling or buying a property and my agent has requested a fire risk assessment, why is this?

Changes To Fire Safety Law: How It Affects You

Fire Safety Act 2021 commenced on 16 May 2022.

The Fire Safety Act 2021 amends the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 to clarify that, in buildings with two or more sets of domestic premises, the FSO applies to these two elements:

  • The structure and external walls of the building, including cladding, balconies and windows.

  • All doors between the domestic premises and the common parts (e.g. entrance doors to individual flats which open on to common parts).

The effect of the Act will be to require fire risk assessments of buildings with two or more sets of domestic premises to be updated to take account of structure, external walls and doors, as described above, if they have not already done so.

Fire risk assessments

What's The Process & What Will I Need To Do?

Contact us to receive a quote, sample, and booking terms.

Assessment date arranged often you won't be required to attend.

Fire risk assessment site visit.

Approved fire risk assessment sent via PDF, often within 7 Days.

Competent Fire Risk Assessors Register (CFRAR)

The Fire Risk Assessment Competency Council (FRACC) has published a set of criteria against which the competency of those undertaking fire risk assessments can be judged. Our team are all accredited via the Institute of Fire Safety Managers. Listed within the Competent Fire Risk Assessors Register (CFRAR)

Cooperation and Coordination

All Responsible Persons must now have a UK based address where they, or someone on their behalf will accept notices and other documentation.

  • This must include their contact information and be recorded and updated as it changes

  • This must be shared with other relevant responsible persons and any residents of multi-occupied residential buildings.

All Responsible Persons must now make sure they identify and make themselves known to any other Responsible Persons at the same premises.

  • For example, other Responsible Persons could include businesses or managing agents with the responsibility for fire safety in the part of the building they control.

Any departing Responsible Persons must take reasonable steps to share all relevant fire safety information with the incoming Responsible Persons. This is to maintain a chain of fire safety information across the whole of a building's lifetime.

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Request The 225 Fire Risk Assessment Sample

Valuation of properties in multi-storey,

Valuation of properties in multi-storey, multi-occupancy residential buildings with cladding

This short guide is intended to assist ‘persons’ with duties under fire safety legislation in England
to comply with the legislation.
Its purpose is to explain the duties in simple, non-legal language.
As such, it is not a guide to completing a fire risk assessment

A guide for persons with duties under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (as a
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