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Fire Safety

Our role as a Landlord

As your landlord, it’s our responsibility to ensure your home meets all relevant fire safety standards.

We carry out regular fire safety checks in the communal areas of the properties we own. Depending on the type of property you live in, these checks may include smoke detector tests, fire panel servicing, portable electrical appliance testing and checks on fire-fighting equipment (e.g. fire extinguishers). These are just some of the checks we do. There are many more.

What part do you Play?

There are things you can do to help keep your home and building safe from fire:

  • please be aware of fire hazards in your home and what you can do to reduce the risk
  • make sure you know where the exit routes are for your property, and if the policy for the property you live in is to 'Stay Put' or 'Evacuate'

Fire Safety Advice

Click on the icons below for advice on a range of fire safety topics.

Join our Fire Safety Group

We have a dedicated Fire Safety Group responsible for making sure the measures we have in place for fire safety are robust and up-to-date. We're currently inviting tenants to join this group. Interested? Find out more.

Got A Fire Safety Question?

If you have a question, or any concerns about fire safety, please contact your Neighbourhood Services Officer or Assets Officer.

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