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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by theartfullodger View Post
    Put a fence round any children the tenants have...regardless of there being a pond or not...

    Cheers!

    Lodger
    No point. They just burrow under it and escape.

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  • theartfullodger
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    Put a fence round any children the tenants have...regardless of there being a pond or not...

    Cheers!

    Lodger

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  • Mrs Jones
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    I had a fishpond in my back garden. As soon as I knew my first grandchild was on the way I filled the pond in and created a flower bed instead. (The great crested newt (and other amphibians) discovered during this process were carefully rehomed in the village pond....)

    A child can drown in a few inches of water so, to be honest, I would fill it in, just to have peace of mind.

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by gem22 View Post
    Any help appreciated - I am about to let my property for the first time to non-family. The property has a small fishpond (built by my family) however where do I stand regarding my responsibilities. Should I demolish the pond, drain the pond, guard it, or get the new tenants to sign some kind of document.

    Cheers
    You might find this thread useful:

    http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...=swimming+pool

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  • gem22
    started a topic Fishpond Safety

    Fishpond Safety

    Any help appreciated - I am about to let my property for the first time to non-family. The property has a small fishpond (built by my family) however where do I stand regarding my responsibilities. Should I demolish the pond, drain the pond, guard it, or get the new tenants to sign some kind of document.

    Cheers

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