If you rent out your property for short term rental accommodation or holiday letting, such as Airbnb, it’s important to be compliant to keep guests safe and your interests protected. In line with the state-wide Short-Term Rental Accommodation (STRA) planning policy made on April 9, 2021, some changes have now come into effect as of […]
November 2, 2021Blog
In this blog, we’ll give you a rundown about the different types of detectors so you can avoid confusion and feel confident your property is protected.
August 9, 2021Blog
Fire Doors in Unit Blocks: What Strata Managers Need to Know
Over recent weeks during lockdown, there has been some confusion amongst our clients and inconsistency in the messaging from the industry and government about whether routine maintenance and testing of fire equipment was considered essential. Following approaches by FPA Australia, the NSW Minister for Health and Medical Research, the Hon. Brad Hazzard MP, has approved […]
February 18, 2021Blog
In a perfect world, every building would have simple regulations and requirements and understanding your obligations and responsibilities would be a breeze, but unfortunately it can be a bit of a minefield working out what fire safety standards you do and don’t have to meet to remain compliant.
January 22, 2021Blog
Well, in short, 100%. A property can’t be reported as compliant if it has not been thoroughly inspected. When ironing your work pants, you don’t do one leg and not the other. And when you’re filling a water bottle, you don’t just fill it half way. This same principle applies to fire safety inspections for your property.