Are the owner or the responsible person for a non-domestic property in London, then you are required by law to carry out a fire risk assessment. This requirement is outlined in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, which applies to all non-domestic properties in England and Wales, including London.

A non-domestic property is any property that is not a private dwelling, such as an office, shop, factory, hotel, or communal areas of a residential building. The requirement to carry out a fire risk assessment applies to all non-domestic properties, regardless of their size or the number of people who occupy them.

The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to identify any potential fire hazards in your premises and evaluate the risks associated with them. The assessment will also help you to identify any measures you need to put in place to reduce the risk of fire, such as installing fire alarms and extinguishers, training staff on fire safety procedures, and conducting regular fire drills.

If you are unsure whether you need a fire risk assessment for your property in London, you should consult with a qualified fire safety professional who can advise you on your legal obligations and the steps you need to take to ensure the safety of your property and its occupants.


For all London Fire Risk Assessment enquiries please visit:

Acorn Estate Agents
GQ Property Management
The Howard deWalden Estate
Hilton Hotels and Resorts
Kaz Minerals
Lismoyne Hotel
The Apartment Company
Alexander Property
Alfra TV
Carpenters Arms
Construction Youth
East End Homes
Harrys Bar
Marston Propertie
Money Corp
Performace 18
San Leon Energy
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