TM44 Air Conditioning

Paul Evans made this Freedom of Information request to London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

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Dear London North West Healthcare NHS Trust,

You will be aware that all buildings in the UK with more than 12kw of combined air conditioning should have what is called a TM44 Air Conditioning Assessment lodged on the Government Landmark database every 5 years. Your buildings appear to have not got these Certificates and may be unlawful.

When do you intend to get these TM44 surveys undertaken?

Climate change is important, why have you not complied with this Legislation?

Who, specifically, is responsible for this issue; please supply all contact details?

We are compiling a register of non-compliant Organisations, please be aware that your responses will be tracked for use and forwarded to Government Departments.

Yours faithfully,

Paul Evans

FOI (LONDON NORTH WEST HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST), London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Mr Evans,

Thank you for your request as below which was received on the 10th December 2015,

We are dealing with it under the terms of the Environmental Information's Regulations Act 2004 and you should expect a response by the 12th January 2016.

Your reference number is :- 113 -15

Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future communications.

Kind regards,

Interim Freedom of Information Officer
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust
[email address]

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FOI (LONDON NORTH WEST HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST), London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust

Mr Evans

[1][FOI #306572 email]>

 

FOI reference 113-15

 

London North West Healthcare NHS Trust is writing in response to your
request dated 10^th December.

 

Your request was sent in under FOI, and is being dealt with as a FOI
request, although the subject matter would be applicable to the
Environmental Information Regulations.  The substance of the response
would however be the same using either regime.

 

You are seeking;

 

     You will be aware that all buildings in the UK with more than 12kw 
of combined air conditioning should have what is called a TM44 Air
Conditioning Assessment lodged on the Government Landmark database every 5
years. Your buildings appear to have not got these Certificates and may be
unlawful.

    

     When do you intend to get these TM44 surveys undertaken?

    

     Climate change is important, why have you not complied with this
Legislation?

    

     Who, specifically, is responsible for this issue; please supply all 
contact details?

    

     We are compiling a register of non-compliant Organisations, please 
be aware that your responses will be tracked for use and forwarded  to
Government Departments.

 

In response;

 

The Ealing Hospital site TM44 inspection is due and will be conducted
early January 2016. 

 

TheTM44 reports for all other Trust sites are up to date and can be found
by postcode on the following government database:

 

[2]https://www.ndepcregister.com/reportSear...

 

The details for the Trust sites may be found on the Trust public website
at;

 

[3]http://www.lnwh.nhs.uk/

 

 

 

We trust this completes your request and thank you for your interest in
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust.

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EIR Ref: 113-15

To: FOI (LONDON NORTH WEST HEALTHCARE NHS TRUST)
Subject: Freedom of Information request - TM44 Air Conditioning

 

     Dear London North West Healthcare NHS Trust,

    

     You will be aware that all buildings in the UK with more than 12kw

     of combined air conditioning should have what is called a TM44 Air

     Conditioning Assessment lodged on the Government Landmark database

     every 5 years. Your buildings appear to have not got these

     Certificates and may be unlawful.

    

     When do you intend to get these TM44 surveys undertaken?

    

     Climate change is important, why have you not complied with this

     Legislation?

    

     Who, specifically, is responsible for this issue; please supply all

     contact details?

    

     We are compiling a register of non-compliant Organisations, please

     be aware that your responses will be tracked for use and forwarded

     to Government Departments.

    

     Yours faithfully,

    

     Paul Evans

    

     

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