Fire Safety in High Rise Buildings

High-rise buildings are required to comply with the Building Safety Act 2022. This means that special steps are taken to maintain the building’s safety, and to listen to and consult residents.

We have a dedicated Building Safety Manager, Hadrian Noble, who works in partnership with Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service and qualified risk assessors to manage fire safety in the buildings that we own. We carry out formal annual fire risk assessments, alongside weekly visual fire inspections, and have plans in place to mitigate risks.

When it comes to fire safety, residents also have a responsibility to contact us with concerns and complaints – or simply to ask for help.

Take a look at our Building Safety Complaints Leaflet

Information about your Building

Information about fire safety in each of Stoke on Trent Housing Society’s high-rise buildings can be accessed below:

Dickson House:

Fire Risk Assessment & Fire Safety Information – Dickson House

Building Safety Resident Engagement Strategy – Dickson House

Fire Action Notice – Dickson House

Hammond House:

Fire Risk Assessment & Fire Safety Information – Hammond House

Building Safety Resident Engagement Strategy – Hammond House

Fire Action Notice – Hammond House

Northwood Court:

Fire Action Notice – Northwood Court