Type 1 Fire Risk Assessments

Danielle Gregory made this Freedom of Information request to Southwark Borough Council

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Dear Southwark Borough Council,

In relation to Southwark’s Fire Risk Assessment process:

1) Does the fire risk assessment process cover all aspects of the common areas in blocks of flats owned by Southwark Council?

2) As part of the Fire Risk Assessment process, do staff check (as standard) the following common areas (where applicable)
a) Car Parks/garages spaces
b) Stores eg bin stores, store rooms and cupboards
c) Roof spaces and roof expanses/areas
d) Any other areas not available for residents to check and report back to the council if they spot any issues?

3) Can you please confirm the number of:
a) garage areas
b) roof spaces
there are in Southwark properties

4) Can you please confirm how many such
a) garage areas
b) roof spaces
have been inspected by Council staff for the purposes of a fire risk assessment.

Yours faithfully,

Danielle Gregory

Southwark Borough Council

Southwark Council - Information request

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Dayal, Amina, Southwark Borough Council

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Dear Danielle Gregory

 

Please see the attached document in response to your information request.

 

Kind Regards

 

Amina Dayal

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London Borough of Southwark

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London

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