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    Steve Hobman
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    Hello
    We have a contractor who is proposing to issue a cp1 form on completion of handover when a new heating system has been installed.
    I would like to know if other people are happy to have a cp1 or do you insist on a valid lgsr.

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    Peter Sandry
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    Morning Steve

    We insist on a LGSR for all and any gas work including new installations. We also require the work content to be suitably recorded on the LGSR.

    For our internal work force we have a single version of LGSR which allows a quick tick-box across the top to define work type: Service, Safety Check, Repair, Installation, Void, Mutual Exchange, Visual Inspection or QC

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    Trevor Batt
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    Steve

    The content of the CP1 form and the CP12 form are virtually identical so either is fine from a technical information point of view.

    If it is a new installation you are not required under the GSR 1998 to have an landlord gas safety record (CP12) for the first 12 months so that would not be a problem.

    Peter’s comment is very valid in that using the same form all the time helps internal staff but the choice is yours.

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