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#Alarms4Life – Free smoke alarms and CO detectors: RLA Infopage now live

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From October 2015 ALL privately rented properties will be required to have smoke alarms fitted and rooms with solid fuel heating will need Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors. To get ready for this the RLA has created an information page about how landlords can apply for, and attain free alarms and detectors from local fire & rescue services…

From October 2015 ALL privately rented properties will be required to have smoke alarms fitted and rooms with solid fuel heating will need Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors. To get ready for this the RLA has created an information page about how landlords can apply for, and attain free alarms and detectors from local fire & rescue services.

To find get up to date information regarding your local Fire & Rescue services and alarm allocation click here: FREE smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors

  • Find your local fire service and click on the tab for the most up to date information we have for your area!

Following the announcement earlier this year that the DCLG will be funding fire safety, Fire & Rescue services around the country have started making plans on how best to distribute their stocks.

Supply is expected to be limited and exhausted quickly so it is best to click on and get information early. Many services are taking requests and some are conducting home fire safety checks to make sure the most at risk tenants and properties are given priority on limited supply.

To find get up to date information regarding your local Fire & Rescue services and alarm allocation click here: FREE smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors

 

 

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The Residential Landlords Association (RLA) represents the interests of landlords in the private rented sector (PRS) across England and Wales. With over 23,000 subscribing members, and an additional 16,000 registered guests who engage regularly with the association, we are the leading voice of private landlords. Combined, they manage almost half a million properties.

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