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The Brigade welcomes the news that a recall notice is to be issued for up to 500,000 Whirlpool tumble dryers which pose a fire safety risk
Over 300 people visited the London Fire Brigade pop-up museum to celebrate London History Day on 31st May.
In Carers Week London Fire Brigade is urging carers to book a free Home Fire Safety Visit for those they care for.
New figures released today by the London Fire Brigade show there were 12 cannabis factory fires in London in the first four months of the year putting the capital on course for an alarming high
It’s set to be a scorcher this weekend as Britain basks in temperatures of up to 30C – but firefighters are warning Londoners to take care to avoid a repeat of last year’s spate of grass fires
Today the Brigade submits its consultation response to the Government’s technical review of Building Bulletin 100 by continuing its calls for sprinklers to be a mandatory inclusion in all new school builds and refurbishments
Firefighters remind Londoners to take extra care with bonfires when celebrating Lag Ba’Omer
Plans that include a permanent home for the London Fire Brigade museum, and a new, modern fire station for Lambeth, have now been submitted to Lambeth Council.
A company which ran a care home in South London has been fined £90,000 and ordered to pay £15,000 costs for breaching fire safety regulations following the death of a pensioner.
New figures show that in the last five years the number of fires caused by candles has barely changed.