Figures show that we have seen a spike in second homeowners in Wales in recent years, many buyers of which have chosen to rent their properties out. While the prospect of attractive rent figures and rising equity is great, we are seeing a huge proportion of landlords neglect their fire safety duties and responsibilities. This
Whether you run a hospitality business, construction company, a salon in the city or are a property landlord, you will be well aware of the fact that you need to conduct an annual fire risk assessment. This is a legal obligation for most employers, building owners, and property owners, with these requirements set out in
Here at Twenty4 Fire and Security, we work with a vast catalogue of UK companies looking to enhance the safety of their business premises, whether that be through the installation of fire safety devices or security systems. While working with all sorts of customers, we are particularly in demand by care homes. Due to the
Are you the 'responsible person' for fire safety in your building? If so, this is a position you should not take lightly, with this being a hugely important role that has a direct impact on the safety of the building, its staff members and visitors. In essence, the responsible person is the person who is
The National Fire Chiefs Association, a body campaigning for improvement and development in the fire safety industry, is calling on businesses to review their fire safety setups in light of the Covid-19 pandemic. With new ways of working introduced due to social distancing rules, we have seen a huge change in fire risks to buildings.
Takeaways and fast food businesses make up the fabric of our communities. From delivering our much-loved curry on a Friday night to sorting us out with a mid-week pizza order, as families, we have great relationships with the local chippy, curry house, and Chinese takeaway. But, what many people don’t know is that running