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If you have any concerns regarding the safety of your building, you should:
- in the first instance, contact your landlord or building owner
- if you are still concerned or not receiving the reassurance you feel you need, you should then contact your local authority or local fire and rescue service for advice
- you can also contact the Department for Communities and Local Government building safety team by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
The team will work with your local authority, and inform you of the steps being taken.
You may also find the following information and resources useful:
- High rise safety for residents: National Fire Chiefs Council
- Fire safety guidance inside and outside the home
- Make your home safe from fire
- Information on fire safety in shared or rented accommodation
- Information on fire safety for students in rented accommodation
- Information about repairs and maintenance of council properties
- Guidance about completing a fire safety risk assessment for people responsible for sleeping accommodation
In an emergency, you should always dial 999