Bromley EICR Inspections
New legislation pertaining to electrical safety in private rental property came into force in July 2020. This legislation demanded that landlords must provide new tenants with the EICR (electrical installation condition report). From April 2021, you will be required to provide electrical safety certificates for existing tenancies. It also demands that future electrical inspections are carried out at five year intervals, as is also required with HMOs. The legislation is applicable to the installation but not the appliances. That comes under the requirements for PAT testing.
Landlord Electrical Safety Certificate Exceptions
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Landlord’s Electrical Safety Certificate Bromley
If you are in need of a landlord’s electrical safety certificate in Bromley, give us a call. Our team of electrical engineers are trained and equipped to carry out full safety inspections of private rental properties. We are qualified and approved to issue your EICR. We have been operating in the area for over 25 years now, so we know it well.
But we are not just a one horse trick! We provide a complete range of landlord electrical services throughout Bromley, Croydon and all other areas of South London. We […]
Second EICR Deadline
As we move into 2021, the second deadline for Landlord’s electrical safety certificates is fast approaching. You have barely 3 months to order yours for existing tenancies. As from April the first, all private rented properties must have an electrical installation condition report.
If you haven’t yet organised a date for your EICR inspection, act now. Call us on 0208 406 9834. With over 25 years experience of domestic, commercial and industrial electrical installations, we have the time in the trade and knowledge to deliver your electrical certificate rapidly […]
Part 2 of our Landlord’s EICR information covers a variety of topics including the origins, the scope and other considerations.
The Landlord’s EICR – Development
The Housing and Planning Act of 2016 started the ball rolling for the development of the Landlord’s EICR. The Act granted the Government the power to regulate electrical safety standards in the private rental sector. The new Regulations are based on the recommendations of a working party which took into account the safety of the tenant and impact on the landlord.
The original working party recognised that it will […]