Housing Disrepair.

Are you renting a poorly maintained property?

Is your landlord refusing to carry out repairs?


Your landlord has a legal obligation to ensure your home is kept in a good state of repair, particularly regarding:

  • the structure and exterior of your premises
  • damp and mould
  • water pipes and installations relating to water usage, such as baths, sinks, drainage system and toilets
  • gas pipes and electrical wiring
  • ensuring your home is free from vermin infestation

If you have notified your landlord of disrepair relating to any of the above and they have not acted to meet their obligations within a reasonable period of time, you have the right to make a housing disrepair claim compelling your landlord to take action to make the necessary repairs.

Make A Claim

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