Managing an occupied high-rise residential building
There is guidance on GOV.UK for you if you're responsible for safety in a high-rise residential building where people are living or could live.
A high-rise residential structure has:
- at least 7 floors or is at least 18 metres in height
- at least 2 residential units
A high-rise residential building can contain one or more high-rise residential structures.
Understand who is responsible for structure and fire safety
Check how and if you need to register your building
Work with residents
Use a safety case to manage risk
Accountable persons use a Safety case for a high-rise residential building (on GOV.UK) to manage the risk of the spread of fire or structural failure.
The principal accountable person is responsible for Preparing a safety case report (on GOV.UK)
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