If you're currently renting a property and have experienced suffering due to the Council or
Housing Association's failure to make necessary repairs. You may be entitled to compensation if
you've reported any of the issues listed below and your landlord has failed to address them:
- Damp & Mould
- Leaks and Water Damage
- Structural Disrepair
- Respiratory related illness caused by serious hazards
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To be eligible to file a claim, you must have reported the problem to your local council, housing
association or landlord.
You will need to offer proof, and we can assist you with this process. If your landlord has failed to make repairs within reasonable time frames, you may seek compensation from them.
If your landlord fails to properly maintain your property to an acceptable standard, they are failing to meet health and safety standards. This can lead to health problems for tenants.