Another hazard under the HHSRS (Housing Health And Safety Rating System) you need to consider is light. Two Types Of Light Initially there are two types of light your property needs to be receiving, artificial and natural light. Artificial Light - "Any light source that is produced by electrical means. Artificial lighting has many different applications and is used both … Continue reading Lighting Your Property
How can you ensure the air in your home is clean? Simple things can improve the air quality within your property. Keeping the home well aired, preventing condensation and monitoring the condensation within the property are just some of the things to consider as a letting agent, landlord or even as a estate agent selling … Continue reading Is Bad Air Polluting Your Home?
Size is just one of 28 hazards you need to consider on the HHSRS (Housing Health And Safety Rating System) checklist. When it comes to the size of your property, assessing whether your property is overcrowded is a vital part of complying with the Homes (Fitness For Human Habitation) Bill. Is my property overcrowded? To … Continue reading HHSRS Checklist: Size
Every hazard you need to consider in a property from the 20th March 2019. If you're unsure what the changes mean to you, please click here to read more about the Homes (Fitness For Human Habitation) Bill. The government has announced a reformation of the list below in order to make it more accessible for … Continue reading Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS) Checklist
From March 20th 2019, agents and landlords must comply with the Homes (Fitness For Human Habitation) regulations. The Inventory Check The first step to demonstrating your property is fit for human habitation is to think about inventory check. You should re-design your inventory check to meet the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS). Photo … Continue reading Explaining The Homes (Fitness For Human Habitation Bill)