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Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022

In January 2023, the Fire Safety (England) Regulations 2022 made it a requirement in law for responsible persons of high-rise residential buildings to provide information to fire and rescue services to assist them in planning for and responding to a fire in their building.

A high-rise residential building is defined as a building containing two or more sets of domestic premises, that is at least 18 metres tall or has at least seven storeys.

For guidance on the information which must be shared, click on the appropriate link below.

Plans – information on preparation, storage and sharing of floor and buildings plans



Wall design – submit a record of the design and construction of external walls



Faults/repairs – report a fault or repair with fire safety equipment



Further information

The Government has released a fact sheet that gives an overview of the new regulations. There is also an information sheet for residents who live in affected buildings.

The National Fire Chiefs Council has released the below animation to explain the new regulations:

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