The applicant must be the person in control of the premises where the notifiable device is.
The Notification of Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers Regulations 1992 require that a person in control of non-domestic premises must inform the local authority in writing if they have a notifiable device on the premises. Notifiable devices mean cooling towers and evaporative condensers except when they are not connected to an electricity and water supply and the water within them is not exposed to the open air.
- Cooling tower - a device whose main purpose is to cool water by direct contact between that water and a stream of air
- Evaporative condenser - a device whose main purpose is to cool a fluid by passing that fluid through a heat exchanger which is itself cooled by contact with water passing through a stream of air (a “heat exchanger" is a device for transferring heat between fluids which are not in direct contact with one another)
Any changes must also be notified.
These regulations are in place to assist with the control of legionella.
Visit legislation.gov.uk to read the regulations
Application evaluation process
No provision in legislation
Will tacit consent apply?
Yes. You will be able to act as though your application is granted even if you have not heard by the end of the target completion period. (This is 28 days from the date of submission of all correct and relevant information).
Failed application redress
Not applicable, registration cannot be refused and there is no charge.
Licence holder redress
Please contact us in the first instance.