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Fire Compliance

Fire compliance is essential to all building owners, managers and other stakeholders to ensure their buildings meet the necessary fire safety requirements, minimise fire-related risks and provide a safe environment for occupants. The most recent statutory developments that have most affected fire safety compliance include the Fire Safety Act 2021 (FSA) and the Building Safety Act 2022 (BSA).

The FSA amends and extends the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 specifically in relation to the structure and external walls of a building with two or more sets of domestic premises, including cladding, balconies and windows and all doors between the domestic premises and the common parts.

The BSA overhauls existing regulations and makes clear how residential buildings should be constructed, maintained and made safe and provides residents and home owners more rights, powers and protection especially with remediation of historic building defects.

Fire compliance can often be complex, involving intricate, interconnected aspects and demand a diverse range of expertise. This often necessitates comprehensive understanding and proficiency across multiple disciplines. We have experience in resolving various fire compliance issues for clients, from the remediation of non-compliant entrance doors to resolution of building compartmentation issues and a range of multi-million cladding remediation schemes.

At GDA Surveying we will be able to assist you with the prioritisation, planning and remediation of fire compliance works that have been identified.

For more information on the above or to discuss any other requirements please contact Gareth Alexander or David Royal.

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