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If you live in a council or housing association property in Portsmouth, Havant, Southampton, or any other area of Hampshire, your landlord has a duty of care to provide you with a safe home with heating and hot water. Because you live in accommodation provided by a registered social landlord, charity, housing association or the local council, that duty of care legally obliges them to repair certain features of your home within a reasonable time. If you are up to date on your rent account, have reported a repair and that repair has not been made, you should seek the help of our housing disrepair solicitors.
We provide support to those in the Hampshire area whose landlords do not make the requested repairs. If you fall into this category, we can guide you through the process of making a claim for housing disrepair. Our expert housing disrepair solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis. So if you choose us to represent you, you have nothing to lose.
Don’t be ignored and fobbed off any longer. Contact us now and our experienced housing disrepair solicitors will fight on your behalf for your repairs and for the maximum compensation. We will listen to you, answer your questions and give you free and impartial advice about your disrepair matter.
Can you answer yes to the following questions? If so, please get in touch so that we can discuss your case further:
Are you renting your home from the council or a housing association?
Are your rent payments up to date?
Is your landlord responsible for the disrepair?
Has the disrepair been reported to your landlord?
Has your landlord failed to repair the issue within a reasonable amount of time?
Are you a council or housing association tenant? Contact us and tell us about your problem. We work on a 100% No Win No Fee basis, so you won’t pay a penny unless we win. Give as much information as you can. The more information you can provide, the better chance of successfully resolving your case. The initial assessment is always free and with no obligation. Call 020 8578 7778.
Let our experts do all the legal work for you. We will explain what documents you need to provide so that we can process your application. Once received, our disrepair lawyers will complete and submit the necessary documents to counterparties and courts.
Remove the stress by having our disrepair lawyer by your side. Let us do the hard work. We will keep you updated every step of the way resulting in a successful outcome.
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Social housing is often provided by the local council in any given county or city. Social housing can also come in the form of charitable organisations who seek to provide short term stays to those less fortunate. For example, a charity may offer help to families on a low income by providing housing on behalf of the church, Shelter UK, or by organisations seeking to help homeless people and victims of domestic violence.
Council housing in Hampshire is allocated through Hampshire Home Choice. Hampshire Home Choice encompasses East Hampshire District Council houses, Eastleigh Borough Council, Havant Borough Council, Test Valley Borough Council and Winchester City Council. The council accommodation provided are often older buildings, meaning they are at greater risk of falling into disrepair. Contact our housing disrepair solicitors to start your claim if your landlord refuses to make those repairs.
As well as the council housing estates maintained by Hampshire Council, you have the option to live in a housing association property. Housing associations are run by registered social landlords and can also be charitable organisations. Hampshire has a number of social homes available. These properties can be as affordable as council housing and may also be as old.
Although council and housing association properties are available for a low monthly rent, that does not exclude them from their duties as a landlord. The UK government outlines how a landlord must provide for a tenant in several acts of law. If you have requested necessary repairs and your landlord is failing to act, you should seek out our friendly, skilled team of housing disrepair solicitors to help you get the compensation you deserve. Choose us for housing disrepair claims and we will support you throughout the whole process.
Every housing disrepair matter varies in severity, so we cannot determine how much you may be entitled until we assess your case. This is a detailed list of the things you can claim for:
If your personal property has been damaged, from mould or a leak for example, you will be able to claim for the expense of replacing or repairing these items. Examples might include broken TVs, damaged bedding, clothes, carpets, and furniture.
Housing disrepair can cause a number of adverse health effects, including:
Furthermore, if you or a family has suffered as a result of your landlord’s negligence you can claim compensation for:
You do not need to have suffered an injury to claim compensation. You can receive compensation if the disrepair has caused you inconvenience and suffering.
Your evidence can include:
If you feel nervous that your landlord may act aggressively towards you due to the fact that you have made a complaint, we can handle the settlement agreement and all the future interactions. You have nothing to worry about. Your lawyer will be the person to speak to your landlord instead of you.
Has your landlord failed to make repairs to your home?
Our highly experienced housing disrepair solicitors will fight for your repairs and compensation on a NO WIN NO FEE basis. Contact us for a free consultation.
If your rented home falls below a reasonable living standard because it has damp, mould or other issues, you could make a claim for compensation. You must have reported the issues and given your landlord a reasonable amount of time to repair the issues. If they have not you can make a claim for damage, personal injury, financial loss and/or nuisance.
Your landlord is responsible for the above repairs irrespective of what your tenancy agreement says. Your landlord may be responsible for additional repairs stated in your tenancy agreement.
Claims can be made either during your tenancy or after your tenancy, as long as you are making the claim within 6 years of the date that you informed your landlord of the disrepair. Personal injury claims related to housing disrepair must be made within 3 years of the date that you informed your landlord.
Your landlord may not be responsible for repairs if they are a result of you either not taking care of the property properly or doing something unreasonable.
Are you looking for a housing disrepair solicitor? You are in the right place. We’ve been serving the local community for years and have earned a solid reputation. We are a friendly law firm based in London with a nationwide reach. We know that the law can be very complex so it’s important to have an expert by your side. Whether you need us to help or just want to learn more about your options, we are happy to assist.
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