A Fire Safety Certificate is a certificate issued by the Building Control Authority which states that the works or building to which the application relates will, if constructed in accordance with the plans and specifications submitted, comply with the requirements of Part B of the Second Schedule to the Building Regulations.

Under the current Building Control Regulations, a Disability Access Certificate is required where new works are commencing or where a Fire Safety Certificate is required.

Our Building & Infrastructure Division has extensive experience in providing this service on a number of projects which can be found here.

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