Private landlords in the UK have been issued with a reminder about the forthcoming gas regulation changes.

As of April 1st, the Corgi gas scheme will be replaced by the Gas Safety Register - and it will be among landlord responsibilities to ensure properties are compliant in this manner.

The new programme aims to raise public awareness of gas safety and the register itself, while at the same time managing inspection and enforcement, and offering technical guidance to qualified engineers.

Rochdale Online reports that Rochdale borough council will be holding its Landlord Forum on March 26th ahead of the gas regulation change.

Councillor Doreen Brophy-Lee, cabinet member for housing at the local authority, told the news service: "We're proud of the high-profile events we hold for landlords in the borough."

This occasion, which will take place at Rochdale Football Club, shows the council's "attempts to work with the private sector landlords to ensure the health and safety of local tenants is upheld at all times", she added.

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