Landlord ordered to pay £32,000 after ‘hazardous’ condition of properties put tenants’ lives at risk

A Shropshire landlord who let tenants live in properties riddled with hazardous electrics, unsafe boilers, mould and no smoke alarms has been told to pay more than £32,000 in fines and court costs.

Telford Magistrates Court
Telford Magistrates Court

Telford Magistrates’ Court heard the condition of flats and caravans at The Oakery in Ashford Carbonell, near Ludlow, meant there was a potential risk to life, with problems also identified with heating, drainage and clean water supplies.

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