When thinking about the fire and building safety of their home, around a tenth of respondents feel they have all the information they need or do not need any further information (11%)
Other respondents would like information on the fire protocol and safety measures in place, including any fire hazards, or would like information on how safe the building is (7%)
Respondents would most like to find information about fire and building safety in their block (44%), in the House Talk magazine (40%) or a letter (38%)
Respondents would also be interested in finding information online through Portsmouth City Council web pages (29%) or on a website designed specifically for tenants and leaseholders (27%)
Thinking about the fire and building safety of your home, what would you like to know about your property / the building you live in?
Base: Total sample (279)
This table shows that:
11% of respondents feel they have all the information they need about the fire and building safety of their home
7% would like to know the fire protocol and safety measures in place/ any fire hazards
7% would like to know how safe the building is
4% would like to know more about fire exit routes, including any safer/ alternative routes
2% would like to know how regularly the building is checked
2% would like to know changes to fire protocol or the building (e.g. post-Grenfell advice and cladding)
1% would like to know what will be done about blocked fire exits
5% would like to know other information
54% did not leave a relevant comment
Nothing/ I have all the information I need
The fire protocol and safety measures in place/ any fire hazards
How safe the building is
Fire exit routes (more information, any safer/ alternative routes)
How regularly the building is checked
Changes to fire protocol or the building (e.g. post-Grenfell advice and cladding)
What will be done about blocked fire exits
No relevant comment
Where would you like to find this information?
Base: Total sample (277)
This chart shows that:
44% would like to find fire and building safety information in their block
40% would like to find this in the House Talk magazine
38% would like to find this in a letter
29% would like to find this on the Portsmouth City Council webpages
27% would like to find this on a website designed specifically for tenants and leaseholders
17% would like to find this in their area office
17% would like to find this on an online app
17% would like this to be sent via an email
4% would like to find this in other places
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