Hewer-White Trust emergency lighting

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The Trustees purchased Beverley House in 1966 and converted it into 9 flats.

Over the years several extensions have been added and the house now comprises of 10 one bedroom and 2 two-bedroom flats, together with a studio flat.

Our approach and solution

Hewer-White Trust take their responsible person function as described in the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 very seriously, ensuring their clients are afforded the best level of fire protection whilst ensuring value for money. Porter Fire have provided a range of fire protection services to the site through its evolution using the existing infrastructure where possible.

Latest LED low current emergency lighting has helped to ensure fire escape routes are always lit to required standards, by changing some units from non-maintained to maintained fittings ensured that areas with original mains wiring do not need local lighting failure to be compliant.

’’Porter Fire worked with us on all aspects of this project and kept us in the loop at all times . This was a difficult project in that the flats were all tenanted during the works but thanks to their professionalism and flexibility , disruption to the tenants was kept to a minimum . An excellent job.’’

Lindsey Webster Trust Administrator

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