I live in a block of flats which I have a mortgage for. I have the old type grey wylex fusebox that I have never had any issues with. I have recently received a letter from the directors of where I live that run the flats saying that they wish to see everyone's safety electrically certificate of compliance to show that they have upgraded there old fusebox. They are saying its because of the buildings insurance and without it, the buildings insurance will not be covered. I know it needs updated for safety reasons but can they basically force me to get the board changed? The flats are only 2 stories high and I don't live on the ground floor. I pay a service charge every 6 months which goes to the maintainence of the buildings etc and for the cost of the buildings insurance. As I have economy 7 as well, I know I'm looking at having to pay for the installations of 2 consumer units.