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Enforcement Notice

Date of notice:
05/11/2018
Required compliance:
29/01/2019
Remedial works completed:
09/01/2019
Notice served to:
Mr Paul Neve
Property type:
House converted to flat
Applies to:
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE, DALYELL ROAD, LONDON, SW9 9SA
Served to:
THE MARQUIS OF LORNE, DALYELL ROAD, LONDON, SW9 9SA

Additional Information

Borough premises situated in: Lambeth

Responsibility of person on whom notice served: Owner

Applicable legislation: Article 30: Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005

Comments

  • Outstanding minor issues notified by letter. Monitoring through normal inspection process.

    06/02/2019

Articles

  • Article 9

    Failure to make a suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment.

    Carry out suitable and sufficient fire risk assessment.

  • Article 11

    Failure in the effective management of the preventive and protective measures.

    Implement arrangement for the effective planning, organisation, control, monitoring and review of the preventive and protective measures.

  • Article 13 Fire Warning

    Failure to provide a suitable method of giving warning in case of fire.

    Provide a suitable method of giving warning in case of fire.

  • Article 14

    Failure to provide and/or maintain adequate and clearly indicated emergency routes and exits that lead to a place of safety.

    Ensure that adequate escape routes and exits leading to a place of safety are provided and that these are maintained clear and available for use at all times that the premises is occupied.

  • Article 15

    Failure to establish an appropriate emergency plan.

    Prepare/update emergency plan.

  • Article 17

    Failure to ensure that the premises and any facilities, equipment and devices are maintained in an efficient state, in effective working order and in good repair.

    Ensure that adequate maintenance systems are in place to ensure that the premises and any facilities, equipment and devices are maintained in an efficient state, in effective working order and in good repair.