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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked QuestionsOn 1st October 2015 new regulations came into force requiring landlords to ensure the fire safety of their tenants as well as offer protection against carbon monoxide poisoning. Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms – Key Questions Q: What do the regulations require? From 1 October 2015, private rented sector landlords are required to have smoke alarms installed …

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Find Out More More information for landlords From 1 October 2015 landlords are being required by law to install working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties. Please use the links below to find out more information. Press release Press release issued by the government about the new laws (opens in new window) Contact …

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Fitting and Guidance

Fitting And GuidanceFrom 1st October 2015 regulations will require landlords to ensure the fire safety of their tenants as well as offer protection against carbon monoxide poisoning. For maximum protection smoke alarms should be fitted in every room – but as a minimum, at least one should be fitted on each level of the house. …

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New Laws

New LawsFrom 1st October 2015 new regulations came into force requiring landlords to ensure the fire safety of their tenants as well as offer protection against carbon monoxide poisoning. The new safety laws make it compulsory for all landlords to:Fit at least one smoke alarm on each floor of their premisesFit a carbon monoxide alarm in …

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