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Category: Gas Safety Regulations

What Is A Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) & How Long Does It Last?

A CP12 is a gas safety certificate that is legally required under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 for all rental properties. It is renewed annually and must be provided to move into a property. As part of our service we notify Landlords when this is due and organise for an engineer to attend and issue. If you

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Gas Safety & Maintenance – Dealing With Tenants

What Information Do I Have To Give My Tenants? You must issue the latest gas safety check record to: 01. existing tenants within 28 days of the gas safety check record being completed; and 02. to new tenants before they move in. How Can I Provide The Information? If your tenant is happy and can access it, you can provide

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CP12’s & Gas Safety Regulations

What are your landlord responsibilities for gas safety? The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 outline your duties as a landlord to make sure all gas appliances, fittings, chimneys and flues are safe and working efficiently. If you’re letting a property with gas appliances installed, you’ve got three main legal responsibilities: 1. Gas safety checks To ensure your tenants’

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Understanding Your Gas Safety Duties (pt. I)

Staying on top of the gas safety in a property you’re renting out may seem like extra hassle but as a landlord you have a number of responsibilities to take into consideration. Cutting corners on gas safety in your properties can have serious impacts, so it pays to understand what your obligations are. The following is intended for Landlords of

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Gas Safety Introduction For Landlords

If you are a landlord letting a property equipped with gas appliances you need to understand and comply with the law relating to gas safety. Understanding the law for rental accomodation and annual checks As a landlord, you are legally responsible for making sure that a Gas Safe registered engineer checks the gas appliances in your rental properties every 12 months and

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Category: Gas Safety Regulations

What Is A Gas Safety Certificate (CP12) & How Long Does It Last?

A CP12 is a gas safety certificate that is legally required under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 for all rental properties. It is renewed annually and must be provided to move into a property. As part of our service we notify Landlords when this is due and organise for an engineer to attend and issue. If you

Read More »

Gas Safety & Maintenance – Dealing With Tenants

What Information Do I Have To Give My Tenants? You must issue the latest gas safety check record to: 01. existing tenants within 28 days of the gas safety check record being completed; and 02. to new tenants before they move in. How Can I Provide The Information? If your tenant is happy and can access it, you can provide

Read More »

CP12’s & Gas Safety Regulations

What are your landlord responsibilities for gas safety? The Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998 outline your duties as a landlord to make sure all gas appliances, fittings, chimneys and flues are safe and working efficiently. If you’re letting a property with gas appliances installed, you’ve got three main legal responsibilities: 1. Gas safety checks To ensure your tenants’

Read More »

Understanding Your Gas Safety Duties (pt. I)

Staying on top of the gas safety in a property you’re renting out may seem like extra hassle but as a landlord you have a number of responsibilities to take into consideration. Cutting corners on gas safety in your properties can have serious impacts, so it pays to understand what your obligations are. The following is intended for Landlords of

Read More »

Gas Safety Introduction For Landlords

If you are a landlord letting a property equipped with gas appliances you need to understand and comply with the law relating to gas safety. Understanding the law for rental accomodation and annual checks As a landlord, you are legally responsible for making sure that a Gas Safe registered engineer checks the gas appliances in your rental properties every 12 months and

Read More »