A successful prosecution against the owner of a restaurant in Maidenhead for fire safety breaches has resulted in an £85,000 fine.
UK Fire Consulting Ltd – the company providing the fire risk assessment for Cranleigh House was fined £20,000 and ordered to pay costs of £19,952.
More than 120 firefighters spent about three hours tackling the blaze at the New Providence Wharf estate tower blocks.
A hotel operator appeared in court last Friday March 12, where he was sentenced to nine months in custody, suspended for 12 months, for multiple breaches of fire safety legislation.
Avon Fire and Rescue Service prosecuted the Brewhouse and Kitchen after it was found the pub did not have suitable and sufficient measures in place to reduce risk and spread of fire at its premises in Cotham Hill.
Fire safety legislation justifiably remains unchanged because of the pandemic and should be followed as normal in the interest of life safety.
Owner of the Cameron House Hotel was fined £500,000 in wake of fire safety failings at Loch Lomond premises
Cameron House Resort (Loch Lomond) Ltd, owner of the five-star Cameron House Hotel located near Balloch, has been fined £500,000 for fire safety failings.
A Landlord who let out a former bank vault as an illegal and dangerous flat, has been ordered to pay over £9,400 and will be added to a London list of rogue landlords after being convicted of housing offences.
The final phase of collaborative research study investigating fire fatalities in domestic dwellings in Scotland, involved a comprehensive qualitative & quantitative review of Fire Investigation reports.
The number of low and medium rise residential buildings with serious fire and life safety deficiencies is high but as they are not high rise they have slipped off the radar in most cases.