Fire Risk Assessment

A fire risk assessment is a systematic evaluation of a building or premises to identify potential fire hazards and assess the level of risk they pose. The purpose of a fire risk assessment is to make sure the safety of occupant and to implement appropriate fire safety measures to prevent fires and protect lives and property. We provide fire safety risk assessment service to landlords, homeowners, employers for residential homes, flats, HMO properties, offices and businesses respectively.


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Fire Risk Assessment Cost

HMO's & Rental Homes

Below prices are all tax inclusive
  • 1-3 bedrooms £139
  • 4-6 bedrooms £159

Communal Area

Below prices are all tax inclusive
  • Single storey communal area £109
  • Two storey communal area £139
  • Three storey communal area £159

Business Sectors

Below prices are all tax inclusive
  • From £159

In the context of London, fire risk assessments are particularly important due to the city’s dense population and the presence of various types of buildings, including residential, commercial, and public properties. Fire risk assessments in London are conducted in accordance with relevant regulations and guidelines, such as the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, which applies to most non-domestic premises.

During a fire risk assessment, a qualified fire risk assessor will visit the premises and perform a thorough inspection. The assessment typically involves the following steps:

  1. Identification of fire hazards: The assessor will identify potential sources of fire, such as electrical equipment, flammable materials, ignition sources, storage practices, and structural features.

  2. Evaluation of fire safety measures: Existing fire safety measures, such as fire alarms, emergency lighting, fire extinguishers, fire doors, and evacuation plans, are assessed to determine their effectiveness and compliance with fire safety standards.

  3. Assessment of escape routes: The assessor will examine the layout of the building and assess the adequacy of escape routes, including corridors, stairways, exits, and signage. They will consider factors like the number of occupants, travel distances, and accessibility for people with disabilities.

  4. Evaluation of fire management procedures: The assessor will review the organization’s fire safety management procedures, including staff training, maintenance of fire safety equipment, record keeping, and emergency response protocols.

  5. Risk level determination: Based on the findings, the assessor will assign a risk level to the premises, considering the likelihood of a fire occurring and the potential consequences in terms of harm to people and damage to property.

  6. Recommendations and action plan: The assessor will provide recommendations to mitigate identified risks, improve fire safety measures, and ensure compliance with fire safety regulations. An action plan will outline the necessary steps and timelines for implementing the recommendations.

It is important to note that fire risk assessments should be conducted regularly, especially when there are significant changes to the premises or occupancy. Additionally, it is advisable to hire a competent fire risk assessor or consult the local fire safety authorities to ensure compliance with specific regulations and requirements in London.