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Monday, May 16, 2016

Landlords fined £120k for ten flat block

The landlords of a ten-flat property in Golders Green have been fined a total of £120,000, along with costs of £21,660 and victim surcharges of £360.

Willesdon Magistrates Court heard description of how the ten-flat property in Golders Green had put the lives of twenty tenants at risk.

Despite being issued with a Prohibition Order by Barnet Council’s Environmental Health team the leaseholders and landlords had failed to act, on -
  • inadequate fire separation between the rooms
  • four studios with no external windows
  • broken ceiling panels
  • inadequate locks on studio doors
  • faulty internal corridor lighting and
  • an accumulation of furniture at the top of the only staircase leading to and from the flats.

Idris Raza, TISHK Limited and Hanasa Limited were found guilty of breaching the Houses in Multiple Occupation Regulations 2007.

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