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We appreciate how frustrating it can be living with housing disrepair and poor housing conditions, and the impact it can have on your daily life.

We appreciate how frustrating it can be living with housing disrepair and poor housing conditions, and the impact it can have on your daily life.

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Do you live in rented accommodation?

Have you been complaining to your landlord about poor housing conditions including –

  • Dampness
  • Mould
  • Cold
  • Drains & sewage problems
  • Boiler & hot water / heating issues
  • Defective window frames and doors
  • Faulty electrics
  • Vermin / Pest infestation

This list just provides examples of the types of problems that could give rise to a claim against your landlord for poor Housing Conditions.

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Can you raise a claim?

If you are a tenant of residential property, then your landlord has a duty to keep the structure and exterior of the premises in a reasonable state of repair. There is a further duty under the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 to ensure that your home is fit for human habitation at the start of the tenancy and whilst you remain in occupation. This act has covered most residential tenancies in England since March 2020.

If you have complained to your landlord and work is not done within a reasonable time, they could be in breach of these obligations. This entitles you to bring legal action to enforce the work and to claim damages for breach of your tenancy agreement.

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Can you raise a claim?

If you are a tenant of residential property, then your landlord has a duty to keep the structure and exterior of the premises in a reasonable state of repair. There is a further duty under the Homes (Fitness for Human Habitation) Act 2018 to ensure that your home is fit for human habitation at the start of the tenancy and whilst you remain in occupation. This act has covered most residential tenancies in England since March 2020.

If you have complained to your landlord and work is not done within a reasonable time, they could be in breach of these obligations. This entitles you to bring legal action to enforce the work and to claim damages for breach of your tenancy agreement.

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