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Under One Roof; Protecting Your Investment Property.

Posted on: May 12, 2019
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CertCo is designed for buy-to-let owners, landlords and agencies with a view to helping you protect your investment property. CertCo is Yorkshire’s leading dedicated online platform enabling you to book ALL your safety certificate requirements from the comfort of your sofa whilst giving you 24 hour access to track progress and view/download your completed certificates. […]...Read Article

Landlord Fined Heavily for Allowing Tenants to Live in Atrocious Conditions

Posted on: September 4, 2018
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A rogue landlord must pay more than £37,000 for allowing tenants to live in what inspectors described as being the worst property they have witnessed in the last decade. David Greene, 64, has been letting out a three-storey property in Birmingham, which included 10 self-contained flats. But, he has now received a prosecution for several […]...Read Article

Landlords: How To Minimise the Risk of Fire

Posted on: August 26, 2018
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As a landlord, you have a number of obligations, including responsibility for the safety of your tenants.  This guide outlines your responsibilities and how to minimise and prevent the risk of fire. You should do everything that could reasonably be expected of you to protect your tenants. If you are a landlord of houses in […]...Read Article

Harrogate Borough Council prosecutes private landlord for failure to protect tenants

Posted on: April 8, 2015
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A private landlord has been ordered to pay £4,265.50 in fines and costs after failing to carry out repairs to his tenant’s home in Plumpton, near Knaresborough. On Wednesday 25 March 2015, John Alton appeared at Harrogate Magistrates Court and was found guilty of failing to comply with an Improvement Notice contrary to section 30 […]...Read Article

New regulations for landlords could have gone further says CEO of Certsure.

Posted on: March 31, 2015
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NICEIC and ELECSA believe regular electrical inspections should have been included in new laws for private and social landlords in England. Under new measures launched by housing minister Brandon Lewis, landlords will be required, by law, to install working smoke and carbon monoxide alarms in their properties. It is expected to be introduced in October […]...Read Article