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Legal & Effective: Downloadable Gas Inspection Letters for Landlords

Having Gas inspection access challenges?

With our professionally drafted letters cut through communication roadblocks, securing tenant cooperation and protecting you from liability.  Easy, effective, and tailored to your situation, these letters provide evidence of contact, demonstrate legal compliance, and eliminate inspection delays. Reclaim your time and peace of mind.

"Solicitor Approved and Incredibly Easy to Use"

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Don't risk it

There are many templates on the internet but many are legally out of date and invalid.

They could cost you £1000's in delayed evictions. Do not make that common mistake for the sake of £15!

These legal forms and guidance notes have been professionally prepared. 

No Hidden costs 

Unlike most of our competitors we do not sign you up to any monthly memberships, clubs or tie-ins. It is just one simple price for a high quality and up to date legal document that gives you complete peace of mind with a same day money back guarantee.


Landlord's Gas Safety Inspection Ace: Avoid Fines, Secure Access, Protect Tenants

Are you a landlord? Say goodbye to gas safety inspection headaches!

Our Gas Safety Property Access Letters are your secret weapon for ensuring smooth inspections, protecting tenants, and staying legal.

Why You Need It:

  • Legal Compliance Made Easy: Avoid hefty fines with professionally drafted letters that meet all UK regulations.
  • Effortless Access, Guaranteed: No more chasing appointments. Our template letters pave the way for smooth tenant cooperation.
  • Tenant-Friendly Approach: Maintain positive relationships with clear, respectful communication that prioritises safety.
  • Tailored to Your Needs: Choose from a library of customizable letters for any situation, ensuring your specific circumstances are addressed.
  • Peace of Mind Included: Rest assured you've fulfilled your legal duty with detailed documentation and evidence of attempted contact.

No more:

  • Awkward phone calls and frustrating negotiations
  • Wasted time chasing appointments
  • Unhappy tenants and delayed inspections

Save you time

  • Downloadable, customizable templates instantly ready to use
  • Written by legal experts for guaranteed compliance
  • Clear, concise, and tenant-friendly language

Invest in worry-free gas safety inspections. Download your Gas Safety Property Access Letters today!

A bit about Gas Safety Law

Under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998, landlords are legally required to arrange an annual Gas Safety Check for all gas appliances, flues and pipework supplied in the property.

This must be carried out by a Gas Safe Registered engineer. The check must be undertaken within 12 months of the previous check. Records of the inspection must be kept and given to the tenant within 28 days of the inspection being completed.Failure to comply with these regulations can lead to substantial fines of up to £6,000 per offence.

Gaining access to your property

To gain access to the property for the inspection, landlords should contact the tenant in writing, by email, phone or text. If the tenant does not respond to the landlord’s request for access, the landlord may need to consider using more formal channels, such as issuing a section 21 notice or court order.

Gas Safety Property Access Letters

Using professionally drafted legal letters can help to ensure that the landlord has discharged their legal duty, and can be more effective and quicker than informal letters. Professional letters also provide a clear and unambiguous way of requesting access to the property, and can provide evidence that the landlord has attempted to contact the tenant. 

 Our series of gas inspection letters are designed to be tailored to individual circumstances and can be used by landlords to ensure they are compliant with their legal obligations.