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no, you wouldn't be required to replace this. the regulations aren't retrospective and any electrician who tells you that it would need replacing in my opinion is just trying to create work for themselves.
the paperwork you would need for a rented property is an electrical installation condition report, or eicr. this is a report on the condition of an existing property and is different from the certificate issued when new work is carried out. the eicr will state that the installation is either safe or unsafe for continued use and is valid for 5 years. again, if any electrician tells you that a 3 year old consumer unit is unsafe because it's plastic, then i would personally think that they're trying to create work for themselves.