Fire Safety Risk Assessment due again after 3 years?Make Text Bigger
I manage a block of 4 flats in a Victorian building. When one of the owners decided to sell his flat three years ago, we had a professional Fire Safety Risk Assessment completed.
Some recommendations were made to reduce the fire risk, and these were done, with the surveyor returning to inspect the improvements and amend his report accordingly.
Another owner has now decided to sell his property, and his buyers’ solicitors are asking for a new Fire Safety Risk Assessment to be done, as almost 3 years has passed since the last one.
Is it necessary to have another assessment done, given that all the required and suggested work was completed satisfactorily?
There have been no alterations to the property since the work was completed.
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