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Asbestos Survey & Fire Risk Assessment

Selling a flat or house and need a fire and asbestos survey of the communal areas

We can provide compliant surveys as required by your solicitors, property owners or tenants

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Asbestos Surveys
By Law you must have a asbestos management plan such as that provided by an asbestos survey conducted on any non-domestic property that is over 8 years old.  
Fire Risk Assessment
Our Fire Risk Assessments are designed to meet the specific requirements of your premises and will meet all the requirements of the Regulatory Reform Order 2005.  
EPC Assessment
The EPC outlines some ideas which help to improve the building’s energy performance. Implementing these can lead to lower energy bills,  
Fire Risk Assessment

The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 (FSO) came into effect in October 2006 and replaced over 70 pieces of fire safety law.

The FSO applies to all non-domestic premises in England and Wales, including the common parts of blocks of flats and houses in multiple occupation (HMOs). The law applies to you if you are:

  • Occupy a residential property such as a flat that has a shared communal area such as a hallway or stairwell
  • Responsible for business premises.
  • An employer or self-employed with business premises responsible for a part of a dwelling where that part is solely used for business purposes.
  • A charity or voluntary organisation.

We can carry out a Fire Survey of a new or existing property to determine for you what fire safety measures are required. A full and detailed report will be provided which will details the improvement works that are required.


A fire risk assessment (FRA) is the process whereby hazards (anything with the potential to cause harm) are identified on site.  The risks (likelihood of the hazard resulting in harm) are then assessed for each of the identified hazards.  The degree of risk can then be used to prioritise control measures, which will ensure the risk of injury is reduced to an acceptable level.

However once the fire hazards have been identified the first consideration must be to determine whether it is possible to remove the hazard completely and thus avoid the need to control the risk(s) associated with it.  Where it is not possible to remove the hazard in terms of either cost or practicality, then control measures must be implemented to reduce the risk.

Survey24 provide an efficient and effective Fire Alarm service. Survery24 are fully insured and competent to complete your Fire Alarm requirements. Some of the Fire Alarm services we undertake include

  • Design and Implement of Fire Alarm System
  • Fire Alarm Maintenance
  • Fire Alarm Testing

Call us to discuss your requirement and we will be happy to help.

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