If the prescribed information has not been provided in full, then yes, you can sue your landlord for up to 3 x the value of the deposit. However, this is not a 'small claims' case, it has to be commenced on court form N208 and will be allocated to the County Court 'Multi Track'. The total court fees that you will need to pay before getting a hearing will total over £1000 and the court process is much more complex than 'small claims' so you would realistically need a solicitor.
All the above does not prevent the landlord claiming for any diference in condition between the start and end of the tenancy. It is amazing how many tenants think a quick vac is the same as having the place professionally cleaned. You say the place was clean . . . what about the light fittings? Picture rails? top of kitchen cupboards? top of doors & door frames? windows freshly cleaned? Most tenants don't have enough time to do that on move-out day.
The advice I give on this forum is for general information only. I can provide specialist advice on many tenancy matters including eviction,
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