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One year since the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 came into force

Posted on 23 January 2024

This week marks one year since the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 came into force, requiring the responsible persons for high-rise residential buildings to provide information on their buildings to their local fire and rescue service as well as ensure better information is made available to residents of those buildings. These regulations have been an important step toward implementing recommendations made following the Grenfell Tower Inquiry to help preserve the lives of people living in high-rise residential buildings.

It is important for those responsible for high-rise residential buildings to review these regulations and ensure they are compliant. You can find out more information by visiting theĀ NFCC guidance and overview of the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022.

If you are a responsible person for a high-rise residential building in Nottinghamshire, please visit our submissions portal and make sure you have submitted the necessary information required under this legislation.