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Holiday Lets & Airbnb Fire Risk Assessments 

225 fire solutions being based within the centre of the south-west. We specialize in providing comprehensive fire risk assessments specifically tailored to holiday let and AirBnb properties. 

Providing fire risk assessments to owners across Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. 

Do I need a fire risk assessment for my holiday let or airbnb facility?

Yes, it is a legal requirement to have a fire risk assessment for a holiday let property in England. Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, owners and operators of holiday let properties are legally responsible for ensuring the safety of their guests from the risk of fire. This includes carrying out a fire risk assessment and implementing appropriate fire safety measures, such as installing smoke alarms and providing clear evacuation routes. Failure to comply with fire safety regulations can result in fines, legal action, and even imprisonment in serious cases. Therefore, it is crucial to have a fire risk assessment carried out by a qualified specialist to ensure that your property is fully compliant with all relevant safety regulations.

We've supported clients across a range of platforms.  

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We cover all types of building and facility 

225 cover all types of Airbnb and holiday let properties, including apartments, houses, villas, cabins, and any other type of rental facility. The team have extensive experience in conducting fire risk assessments across a wide range of properties, and we are equipped to handle any challenges that may arise.

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Fire Risk Assessments Starting From £145

We strive to keep our prices competitive while still providing high-quality services.


Our fire risk assessment prices for holiday let portfolios start at just £145, which includes a fire door inspection and ongoing fire safety advice. We believe that this provides excellent value for money and ensures that our clients can have peace of mind knowing that their guests are safe.


Our team of experienced assessors will conduct a thorough inspection of your property to identify potential fire hazards and provide recommendations on how to mitigate any risks identified. We will also provide ongoing fire safety advice to ensure that your property remains safe and compliant with current legislation.


We understand that every property is unique, which is why we offer customized fire risk assessment services tailored to your specific needs. Our assessors will take the time to understand your property and provide you with a detailed report outlining our findings and recommendations.

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Lets get you booked in!

Please navigate to our enquiry page, where we respectfully request that you complete a quote request form. This will enable us to gain a comprehensive understanding of your facility and business.


We are pleased to offer a same-day, no-obligation quote at no cost to you. We encourage you to take advantage of this offer and explore the possibility of enhancing your fire safety measures.

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)

Do I really need a fire risk assessment?

An Airbnb landlord has been ordered to pay almost £33,000 in fines and costs after he put dozens of guests at risk from fire in a luxury holiday let.

Airbnb landlord fined £33,000 for serious fire safety failures

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 - ARTICLE 9 – RISK ASSESSMENT

Section 156 of the Building Safety Act 2022 - require that all Responsible Persons must record their completed fire risk assessment, and in full

This Guide is intended for use in small premises that have simple layouts, limited fire risks and a small number of bedrooms designated as guest sleeping accommodation for short-term lets, bedrooms on the first floor, such as such as small bed and breakfast, guest houses and self-catering accommodation.

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