Fire Safety requirements for Nin Licienced HMO's

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Hi,

For a two floor house with 5 sharing unrelated students Non liciencable HMO located in Norwich, what type of Fire Safety equipment is legally required.
E.g.
- Where are smoke alarms required ? E.g. In very lockable Bedroom, kitchen, hallways, other ?
- What type of Smoke alarms are required, is it a legal requirement that they be interconnected electrically or wirelessly or can they operate just as unconnected devices ?
- are fire extinguishers or fire blankets also require ?

I can't find the official legal requirements but do see lots of Advice for Actedited Schemes or best practice.

Can you point me at an official legally required standard ?
Many thanks

22/10/2016 11:14

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