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  • Long Leasehold Questions
  • How to report a summary offence
    camera
    Hello,

    How do we report a summary offence?

    E.g. if we are not given a copy of our insurance policy after a proper demand and elapsed duration...

    E.g. if our landlord has locked the gas meter and prevented our access in an emergency..

    I'm referring...
    23-07-2017, 19:57 PM
  • Reply to How to report a summary offence
    Wright76
    I think you need to be clearer on what it is your accusing landlord of?

    Why would you need access to the gas meter?

    What insurance are you querying? Your free to take out your own insurance but I fail to see what the landlords insurance has to do with you?

    I have...
    23-07-2017, 23:34 PM
  • Residential Letting Questions
  • Tenant's energy debt.
    Gordonmrln
    I am a landlord of a 2 bed end terrace, the property is owned out right. I am registered Disabled and this was the main reason I decided to rent my property out. As it was not a suitable property for my Disability. I would have to make some major changes that would devalue my property like installing...
    20-07-2017, 22:08 PM
  • Reply to Tenant's energy debt.
    leaseholder64
    I wasn't aware that the identity of council tax payers was a public record. You might be able to get a statement that it wasn't you. without breaching the Data Protection Act.
    23-07-2017, 23:27 PM
  • Safety: HHSRS, Fire Risk, Gas & Elec
  • what is current requirements for smoke alarm?
    daxu
    Hi,
    I have a one bed flat that is let out at the moment. I asked an electrician to change the fusebox to a consumer unit and asked him for a cost of changing my battery smoke alarm to a main conntected one.

    What he told me is that I need two alarms, one smoke alarm and one heat alarm...
    21-07-2017, 10:02 AM
  • Reply to what is current requirements for smoke alarm?
    leaseholder64
    Agreed. My use of open flue was wrong. The theory of the legislation is that the annual inspection and the well controlled nature of the fuel should mean that a problem is detected before it becomes dangerous, but there is no inspection regime for solid fuel.
    23-07-2017, 22:57 PM
  • Reply to what is current requirements for smoke alarm?
    jjlandlord
    Not to be pedantic but CO alarms are required in rooms where there is a solid-fuel appliance. So an open gas fire would not require one.
    23-07-2017, 22:40 PM
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