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Landlord’s Gas Safety Certificate Quick Guide

Gas safety remains an absolutely critical part of being a landlord and, by extension, a letting agent. The requirements around gas safety have evolved over the years and its current form is the Landlord’s Gas Safety Certificate, which has been in place since 2009. Previously to this it was known as a CP12 check which stood for CORGI Proforma 12, a certificate that engineers used to award when CORGI were still in
charge of gas safety in the UK.

If landlords are found to not be complying with gas safety law tenants have a right to report this to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) so it is important to ensure that your landlords are on top of it. This quick guide covers:

  • How to stay compliant on the Landlord’s Gas Safety Certificate 
  • What the amendment to the regulations meant
  • How to ensure an annual gas safety check
  • What the record of a gas safety check must contain
  • What to expect the Gas Safe engineer to do

You can download the quick guide for free by filling in the form to the right ➡


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