Fire risk assessments: how often must they be done?
There are no specific time periods in law for how often fire risk assessments must be carried out or reviewed....
22 August 2022
Today, the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has published a call for evidence on leaseholder and commonholder-owned buildings with building safety defects, which will help to inform future policy decisions.
During the passage of the Building Safety Act 2022, the former Housing Minister committed in Parliament to a consultation on enfranchised and commonhold buildings. As such, data collected through this call for evidence will form the basis of the consultation.
The call for evidence seeks information from leaseholders in leaseholder-owned buildings above 11m or 5 storeys with relevant defects.
How to submit your response to the call for evidence:
- Submit your response to the call for evidence by completing an online form
- Read the questions, and submit your response to the call for evidence by email
The call for evidence will be live for 12 weeks and will close on 14th November 2022.
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