We have independent and professional fire risk assessments carried out on a 12 month basis which include action plans to remedy any issues that are discovered. 

Our latest fire risk assessments for our 36 high-rise blocks are available below to download. Please note that the fire risk assessments only detail the findings of the assessments; they do not contain any detail of any follow-on actions that have been taken since the assessments were completed.

Our assessments for low and medium rise blocks are available on request.

 

Arthur Greenwood Court 2018.pdf

Birch Court 2018.pdf

Brockfield House 2018.pdf

Campion House 2018.pdf

Chervil Rise 1-71 2018.pdf

Chervil Rise 2-60 2018.pdf

Chervil Rise 62-170 2018.pdf

Chervil Rise 73-95 2018.pdf

Chervil Rise 97-165 2018.pdf

Chervil Rise 167-225 2018.pdf

Clem Attlee Court 2018.pdf

Clover Ley 2-30 2018.pdf

Clover Ley 110-128 2018.pdf

Clover Ley 130-148 2018.pdf

Connaught House 2018.pdf

Graiseley Court 2018.pdf

Gregory Court 2018.pdf

Grosvenor Court, Hallet Drive 2018.pdf

Grosvenor Court, Pickering Road 2018.pdf

Harrowby Court 2018.pdf

Hawthorn House.pdf

Highfield Court 2018.pdf

Hugh Gaitskell Court 2018.pdf

Kilsall Court 2018.pdf

Lane Court 2018.pdf

Lathe Court 2018.pdf

Lincoln House 2018.pdf

Ling House 2018.pdf

Longfield House 2018.pdf

Patshull Court 2018.pdf

Pennwood Court 2018.pdf

Red Oak House 2018.pdf

Russell Court 2018.pdf

St Andrews House 2018.pdf

St Josephs Court 2018.pdf

Sutherland House 2018.pdf

Tithe Croft 2-48 2018.pdf

Tong Court 2018.pdf

Tremont House 2018.pdf

Vauxhall House 2018.pdf

Wednesfield Road 20-82 2018.pdf

Wednesfield Road 84-118 2018.pdf

Weston Court 2018.pdf

Whitmore House 2018.pdf

William Bentley Court 2018.pdf

Winston Churchill Court 2018.pdf

Wobaston Court 2018.pdf

Wodensfield Tower 2018.pdf

 

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