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Fire Risk Assessment

We are selling our little one bed flat and have been told that we need to do a Fire Risk Assessment. Our building is just a residential house that has been split into two units, we live on the ground floor and there are no shared areas of the building. We have completely separate entrances and outdoor spaces. I'd prefer to do the assessment ourselves as it's looking like a £300-400 cost for something that is really just a formality and ticking a legal box.

That being said I've found some templates online but they seem to be for office buildings or apartment buildings. Does anyone have any experience with doing this themselves for a small residential property? Does the assessment have to be done on the whole building or just our flat? Any advice on where to start would be much appreciated! 

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