Your health & Safety
Find out about fire safety, keeping your home safe when you go away, how to avoid getting ill from legionella and details of your home content insurance
As your landlord we have a duty and legal responsibility to make sure that all our electrical installations are maintained so they are safe for you to use. Your home…
If a fire breaks out on your balcony it could spread much faster than a fire inside your building. This is because inside buildings there are walls and doors that can contain a fire and a limited supply of oxygen to keep the fire burning.
To keep our tenants as safe as possible, we have introduced a zero tolerance policy when it comes to storing personal items (i.e. bikes, buggies and more) in communal indoor and outdoor areas of properties, as of December 2019.
While it may be tempting to reopen a solid fuel fire, it is extremely dangerous to do so.
Warm weather often brings with it swarms of flying ants going off to mate. We understand that they can be considered a pest so here are some tips for dealing with them, but ants, like all creatures, have a purpose in our eco-system.
Swarms of bees and wasps can be common during the warmer months and are your responsibility to deal with. This article explains the different options.
The article explains why we sometimes have to cap off gas appliances in our homes and what you need to do if it happens.
We have arranged Home Contents Insurance for all our social renting residents since from 1 August 2016.
Everyone should be protected by a working smoke alarm so if your home does not have one please contact your local fire and rescue service.
Here are some simple ideas you do to keep yourself and your family safe…
Fires happen when you least expect them and you will only have a short time to take action so take some time to make a fire evacuation plan…
By law, we are required to conduct an annual gas safety check at your home on any gas appliances that we have installed…
Whether you are going away for a few days or a few months here are a few simple things to remember that will help keep your home and possessions safe.
If you’ve been away from your home for a period of time, bacteria can multiply in your cold and hot water systems increasing to high levels.