Providing a building that is safe and secure should be a core staple of any housing provider. It may be an asset to you, but to the person or family living in it, it’s their home. A place offering more than just bricks and mortar, but family security, a peaceful haven and hopefully something that will have wider benefits on their lifestyle and health too. There is a lot of research out there to show that a house is more than just a building.

Ensuring the safety of these buildings is paramount. The regulation around asset management and safety is ever-changing and can be hard to keep up with everything new. Tragedies such as Grenfell Tower and the case of two-year old Awaab Ishak, who died from damp and mould exposure, are examples of why we should be doing everything we can to ensure the safety of our residents.

Fire safety
Helping you understand the legal requirement for fire safety, prevention and how you can ensure enforcement.
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Damp and mould
Find resources to help you manage the standards around damp, mould and condensation in property stock.
Good practice
Read how other organisations are maintaining their portfolio of assets to help better the sector for tenants.

Case Study

See how Prima Housing Group spotted identified issues with their damp and mould process and tackled it head on to improve the way they handled cases with tenants.

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