TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments

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Dear Chief Inspector of the UK Border Agency,

This request relates to UK Legislation, specifically TM44 Air Conditioning Inspections.
Q. Are you responsible for any buildings with more than 12kw of air conditioning present?
Q. Who is the responsible person for ensuring that your buildings are inspected and reports lodged, please provide the name, address, and telephone number of the responsible person.
Q. If your TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection Certificates are in place, what is their expiry date?
Q. What was the order value of the works placed with the Company who undertook the work?
Q. How many Certificates were produced?
Q. Was the TM44 Inspector independent as required under the Regulations?
Q. Name the Inspector Organisation.

Yours faithfully,

Scott Davies

Chief Inspector of Borders & Immigration,

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