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Greater protection for renters thanks to plans to tighten tenant safety

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Greater protection for renters thanks to plans to tighten tenant safety

 

Renters are to receive greater protection thanks to plans which will overhaul health and safety standards for rental accommodation.

 

-- Minister announces plans to tighten health and safety standards for rental accommodation – ensuring all tenants have a safe place to call home.

 

-- Move to clampdown on small minority of rogue landlords who turn a blind-eye to dangerous conditions – including the possibility of minimum health and safety standards.

 

-- Action to ensure carbon monoxide rules are fit for purpose – protecting people from the threat of carbon monoxide poisoning.

 

Renters are to receive greater protection thanks to plans announced by Housing Minister Heather Wheeler MP which will overhaul health and safety standards for rental accommodation – helping to keep safe the minority of private tenants who currently live in unsatisfactory conditions.

 

While the vast majority of landlords are responsible owners who take great pride in the properties they lease to their tenants, some private renters live in sub-standard homes with problems such as inadequate heating and damp.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/greater-protection-for-renters-thanks-to-plans-to-tighten-tenant-safety


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