This guide covers social landlords’ responsibilities for fire safety in residential premises, including individual homes, purpose-built blocks of flats and sheltered housing. It does not cover property protection or insurance requirements in the case of fire.
There is a Climate Emergency. The sooner social landlords, their contractors and suppliers start to decarbonise their activities, the less risks and costs they will face. The following Q&A explains what the risks are, what can be done and how to get started.
This guide covers social landlords’ responsibilities for managing any asbestos, including asbestos containing material (ACM), in their properties to protect anyone using or working in their premises from the risks to health that exposure to asbestos causes.
Complying with the Amended Heat Network (Metering and Billing) Regulations 2014 – Q&A briefing
A couple of years ago we set out on a pioneering IoT integration project with Stirling Council. The objective was to identify, integrate and deploy a suite of cutting-edge IoT technologies...
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