Know your rights as a private renter; discover what protection you should expect from your landlord following the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations...
For students going to university for the first time, often the last thing they will think about is fire safety. But people living in shared...
Did you know that people who live in rented or shared accommodation are seven times more likely to have a fire? That’s why it’s vital...
It is vital that you have a fire escape plan in place so that everyone in your home knows what to do in the event...
What is the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015? Join us as we take a closer look...
Regardless of whether you are a first time letter or a seasoned private landlord with an extensive portfolio, ensuring that your tenants are safe and...
When the time comes for a tenant to move out, there are a myriad of tasks landlords must complete before they let the rental accommodation...
According to Fire statistics Great Britain 2012/13, 62% of accidental fires in the home start in the kitchen, making it the most hazardous room in the...
This checklist for landlords aims to give landlords peace of mind knowing that they have covered all the essential areas before renting out their property.
Smoke and heat alarms are the first line of defence in protecting tenants from dwelling fires. It is therefore paramount that neither residents or housing...
Selecting and installing smoke alarms correctly - and making sure they are in working order - is a crucial role for housing providers and M&E contractors, together...
Preparing your rental properties for winter is essential. Not only will this help you save you money, but it will help protect your tenants. To...