Health and Safety

Training Webinars - Fire Safety

This page has the recording of our webinar with housing barrister Sam Madge-Wyld on 30 August 2017 where he explained the legal rules regarding fire safety for landlords.

You can jump to relevant sections in the talk via the 'chapter points' in the video (which only shows the one screen). If the chapter points are now showing on the right, use the dots on the bar at the bottom of the video - if you hover over them they will show the text.

See the attachment link below for Sam's notes.

Cleaning Videos - Introduction

This is the first of six videos which explain how to clean rented property properly.  They are kindly provided by Joanna White of Property Principles Ltd.

Tenant just moved into a flat with appalling damp problem

Repairs / health and safety

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Landlords have to comply with laws requiring them to provide a safe environment  and to keep the property in repair. Here are links to the relevant content available on Landlord Law for Non members, standard members and +Plus members.  .

Tessa's Ten Top Tips for tenants on fire safety

Flats in London 2

For Tenant Information please now see our tenant website at www.tenant-law.co.uk

Tessa's Ten Top Tips for tenants on gas safety

House in Cumbria

For Tenant Information please now see our tenant website at www.tenant-law.co.uk

Tessa's Ten Top Tips for landlords on fire safety

Norwich fire station
  1. All landlords have legal obligations as regards fire safety. At the very least you should ensure that there is an adequate means of escape in case of fire, and landlords of shared and HMO properties will have additional obligations, both under the fire safety regulations, and under the Housing Act 2004.
Notes: 
Members can read FAQ and articles on the points covered here.

Tessa's Ten Top Tips for landlords on the legal aspects of preparing a property to rent

Property in Cambridge
  1. Make sure that you have obtained any necessary permission for letting. For example from your leaseholder if the flat is held on a long lease, or from your mortgage company
Notes: 
Members can read FAQ and articles on all the points covered here.
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