TM44 Air Conditioning Assessment

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Dear Geffrye Museum,

This request follows UK legal and mandatory legislation, specifically TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments certification. Your Air Conditioning Assessments Certificates should be readily available at all times and be lodged on the government Landmark database. Failure to have appropriate Certificates will be subject to fines of £300 per building, each week.

Q. It is a legal requirement that you hold valid TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments if any building has a total of more than 12kw of air conditioning present. Certificates are valid from 5 years of the issue date. Have you undertaken your TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments?
Q. Who is the responsible person for ensuring that your buildings are surveyed and assessed, please provide the name, address, email address and telephone number of the responsible person.
Q. If your TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments Certificates are in place, what is their expiry date?
Q. What was the order value of the works placed with the Company which undertook the work?
Q. How many Certificates were produced?
Q. Was the Assessor independent as required under the Regulations?
Q. Name the Assessor organisation.

Yours faithfully,

Scott Davies

Lisa Moore,

Dear Scott,
The Geffrye Museum does not have any air conditioning units over 12kw in
The person responsible for ensuring the buildings are surveyed and
assessed it myself at the contact details below.
Kind regards

Lisa Moore
Head of Operations 
Geffrye Museum 
136 Kingsland Road
E2 8EA 
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The Geffrye Museum of the Home, 136 Kingsland Road, London E2 8EA
The Geffrye Museum explores the home from 1600 to the present day.
 Evocative displays of London, middle-class living rooms and gardens
illustrate homes and home life through the centuries, reflecting changes
in society, fashion, behaviour, style and taste.  The museum is set in
beautiful 18th century almshouse buildings surrounded by gardens in
Hoxton, East London.

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