Council plan clampdown on 'high-risk' rented flats in area of Sheffield where inspectors found buckets being used in place of toilets

Council plan clampdown on 'high-risk' rented flats in area of Sheffield where inspectors found buckets being used in place of toilets
 

After a property licensing scheme in Page Hall forced private landlords to make over £1million in repairs, Sheffield City Council is now looking to introduce the scheme in a second area of the city - where inspectors found properties with buckets being used in place of toilets. Using Government legislation, a five-year-long Selective Licensing scheme was introduced in Page Hall in April 2014, aimed at improving the safety and standard of privately-rented homes in the area and the way they are managed.
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14 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 28
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