FIRE SAFETY CERTIFICATES
Fire Safety Certificate, all buildings should be built in accordance with the Building Regulations 1997 and the Building Control Regulations 2007. The Technical Guidance Document; ‘Part B – Fire’ Forms part of these Regulations and provides guidance in relation to the material, methods of construction, standards and other specifications that are suitable in preventing the occurrence and spread of fire within the building and the subsequent loss of life of persons inhabiting or visiting the building along with the loss of property.
Fire Safety Certificates (FSC) is granted on foot of an application to the local authority, and is similar to a planning application in that drawings, report, application form and application fee have to be compiled and submitted to the Council to show how the intended building will comply with the appropriate legislation. Usually a ‘DAC’ application is submitted at the same time to the Council as a FSC Application. Refer to Disability
Access Certificate Application (DAC) later on for clarification.
Please email drawings of the project to the above email address and a quote will be furnished to you promptly.