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DID YOU KNOW THE LAW HAS CHANGED?

By 1st February 2021, ALL HOMES should comply to the Tolerable Standard by having:

Smoke alarms in every circulation space on each storey, such as hallways and landings

Smoke alarms installed in the room most frequently used for general daytime living purposes

Heat alarms installed in every kitchen

All smoke and heat alarms should be interlinked

Carbon Monoxide alarms to be fitted where there is a fuel burning appliance or a flue

This applies to ALL homeowner and landlords

Why are the changes happening?

In 2017 the Scottish Government conducted a public consultation on "Fire and Smoke Alarms in Scottish Homes" and in March 2018 announced that they would enact legislation requiring all homes to have satisfactory provision for detecting and warning of fire.

When do the changes Start?

The Tolerable Standard is extended by the ‘Housing (Scotland) Act 1987 (Tolerable Standard) (Extension of Criteria) Order 2019’ and will apply to all housing in Scotland from 1st February 2021.

What properties do the changes apply to?

Social Housing
Private Rented Properties
Domestic Dwellings

*Note: The requirements for the provision of fore detection and fire alarm system for new dwellings, extensions or conversions as set out in the Scottish Building Standards Technical Handbook (Domestic) are unchanged.