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There is a significant volume of legislation which imposes repairing obligations upon a landlord of residential property, such as those you can see from the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985. Whilst most landlords are aware of their responsibility to maintain the structure and exterior of the property, they sometimes do not know that they also have specific legislative requirements in terms of the installations for the supply of water, gas, electricity and for sanitation.  
Section 11 (1) of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1985
An example of a CP12 or 'Gas Safety Certificate'
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Given the legislative requirements placed upon landlords, it is recommended that action is taken to investigate both the fixed wiring in the property as well as any appliances that the landlord has supplied for use by the occupier.

There is no fixed requirement for how often inspections should be undertaken, but it is recommended by the Electrical Safety Council that a fixed wiring check is undertaken every 5 years or at the change of occupancy. A periodic electrical inspection will check the condition of an existing electrical installation against BS7671, the UK standard for the safety of electrical installations. In addition, "In-service Inspection & Testing of Electrical Equipment" or "Portable Appliance Testing" (PAT Testing) is recommended, as this is the process by which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. 

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A landlord has obligations under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 which explicitly states that all gas appliances and flues in rented accommodation must be checked for safety at least every 12 months by a Gas Safe registered engineer. They must be maintained in a safe condition at all times, records kept for at least 2 years, and a copy of the safety certificate given to each new tenant before their tenancy commences. An example of a standard gas safety certificate, referred to as a CP12, is shown to the right.

The Furniture and Furnishings (Fire) (Safety) Regulations 1988 (amended 1989 & 1993) provide that specified items supplied in the course of letting property must meet minimum fire resistance standards. These apply to all upholstered furniture, beds, headboards, mattresses, sofa-beds, futons and other convertibles, nursery furniture, garden furniture suitable for use in a dwelling, scatter cushions, pillows and non-original covers for furniture. 

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Simple: Instruct Frobishers to manage your property and we will see to it that your safety obligations are successfully discharged. 

What's more, because we've established relationships with local contractors we have negotiated discounted prices for the mandatory safety inspections that must be undertaken so we can probably save you money in the long run too!
For more information about these services, please contact our Residential Lettings team on 0151 601 9394
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