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Fire Safety England Regulations 2022

From January 2023, the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 will make it a requirement in law for responsible persons of;

  • high-rise residential buildings
to provide information to fire and rescue services to assist them in

  • planning for
  • and responding to a fire in their building
A high-rise residential building is defined as;

  • a building containing two or more sets of domestic premises
  • that is at least 18 metres tall or has at least seven storeys.

Are you prepared? 

The Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 are an important step towards implementing the recommendations of the Grenfell Tower Inquiry Phase 1 report.

With less than two months to go until they take effect, it’s crucial that responsible persons are prepared.

Understanding the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022

The Home Office has published the guidance document. 'Check your fire safety responsibilities under the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022.'

Read the Home Office guidance

Information Sharing

The Regulations introduce a new requirements of responsible persons in multi-occupied residential buildings.

This includes a requirement to provide information to fire and rescue services including details of;

  • the construction of the external walls
  • floor buildings plans
  • information on known faults with key firefighting equipment

This information must be provided electronically.

Providing floor and building plans

How to provide this information

To fulfil this need we are asking responsible persons to use our forms to provide this critical information.

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