As a landlord, you are required to abide by regulations under The Housing Act 2004, which is enforced by the local authority and governs housing conditions and standards in rented accommodation.
Under current Fire Safety Legislation, you as a responsible person within your business must carry out or appoint a competent person to carry out a suitable and sufficient Fire Risk Assessment.
Have you seen something which may be a fire risk? Report it to us and we will investigate it.
In this section you will find answers, help and advice to questions you may have.
You can use these documents as a reference point to help you with your fire safety arrangements. There are Fire Risk Assessment templates, links to Government guidance, information about temporary licenses and room occupancy guidance.
Have you included fire safety in your financial plans for your business?
You may think that the cost of compliance is daunting, but compared to the cost of shutting your business down, even temporarily, it makes sense to be prepared.
Nottinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service in conjunction with our Tri-Service partners, Derbyshire & Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Services, will be adopting a new unwanted fire signals procedure.
Following the recent tragedy at Grenfell Tower, Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service continues to support the installation of sprinklers into buildings.