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The Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015

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9.—(1) A penalty charge notice must state—

(a)the reasons for imposing the penalty charge;

(b)the premises to which the penalty charge relates;

(c)the number and type of prescribed alarms (if any) which an authorised person has installed at the premises;

(d)the amount of the penalty charge;

(e)that the landlord is required, within a period specified in the notice—

(i)to pay the penalty charge, or

(ii)to give written notice to the local housing authority that the landlord wishes the authority to review the penalty charge notice;

(f)how payment of the penalty charge must be made; and

(g)the person to whom, and the address (including if appropriate any email address) at which, a notice requesting a review may be sent and to which any representations relating to the review may be addressed.

(2) A penalty charge notice may specify that if the landlord complies with the requirement in paragraph (1)(e)(i) or (ii) within 14 days beginning with the day on which the penalty charge notice is served, the penalty charge will be reduced by an amount specified in the notice.

(3) The period specified under paragraph (1)(e) must not be less than 28 days beginning with the day on which the penalty charge notice is served.

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