If you are a landlord or property owner, do you have plans in place to ensure your property is compliant with the proposed changes to the Housing (Scotland) Act?
Following the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire in 2017, Scottish Government are implementing new legislation which affects the requirements for fire detection equipment. The proposed changes to the Housing (Scotland) Act will require all homes in Scotland – not just new-build and private rented housing – to be fitted with fire detection equipment.
Currently, the most rigorous standards are applied to new-build and private rented homes. But when the law is updated in autumn 2018, the requirement for ceiling-mounted smoke and heat alarms will be applied to all homes in Scotland.
In practical terms, the law will require all homes to;
If passed, the legislation will come into force in Autumn 2018 and will provide two years grace to comply, after which it will be compulsory.
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