My building: fire safety information

Here you can access the fire safety information sheet for your building, if you live in one of our tall residential blocks. These documents detail the evacuation plan you should follow in the event of a fire.

The government advises that personalised fire safety information sheets must be provided for residents who live in what they deem as ‘high-risk’ residential buildings. The government defines a high-risk residential building as a building 18m and above, or 7 storeys and above. Our buildings which fit within this criteria are listed further down this page.

Stay put and simultaneous evacuation

You’ll see you have one of two types of evacuation plan: either stay put or simultaneous evacuation. This information and which type of plan is used at your building is displayed near the entrance of your block, where there’s a noticeboard in situ. This information is also provided to you when you move into your home.

Fire safety information sheets

Below, you’ll find a PDF link to the relevant fire safety information sheet document for our buildings which fit within the ‘high-risk’ criteria set out by the government:

Please note: Information sheets for Pemberley Place and Lily Court aren't currently available, as it's the responsibility of the relevant managing agent to provide this information for those buildings. If you’re unclear which plan applies to your building, please get in touch with us using the email address further down this page.

For buildings that are not listed above, you will find details of which type of plan (stay put or simultaneous evacuation) and the fire safety policy that’s used at your building displayed near the entrance of your block, where there’s a noticeboard in situ. This information is also provided to you when you move into your home.

If you’re having any issues accessing the PDFs on this page, or if you’re unsure which plan applies to your building, please email firesafety@vividhomes.co.uk and we can confirm this with you.

Fire safety advice

Read more tips and advice here on what to do in the event of a fire.

Read more here