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Will developers reach a satisfactory cladding deal with Michael Gove?

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UK developers and the housing secretary Michael Gove are nearing a deal that could resolve a large part of the building safety...

LATEST: Gove to help release more leaseholders from cladding ‘nightmare’

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The new housing secretary Michael Gove has promised to revisit the cladding scandal with a ‘fresh pair of eyes’ and see how...

Tenants more worried about fire safety in their homes than homeowners...

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Renters are more likely to feel unsafe in their home than owner occupiers, according to the latest English Housing Survey.

Landlord given suspended sentence over property fires at notorious property

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A commercial landlord whose building was damaged by two fires has been handed an 18-month suspended prison sentence, it has been reported.

GUIDE: What responsibilities do landlords have for fire door safety?

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They may look the same but there is a big difference between a standard door and fire...

Tragic death of tenant in house fire is wake-up call to...

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The tragic death in a house fire of a tenant who was undergoing daily care for complex health conditions, has highlighted the...

Flat leaseholders being crushed by ‘over-the-top’ fire safety regulations

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Revised fire regulations following Grenfell are leading to ruinous leaseholder costs, says Tom Entwistle. Changes to building regulations...

Flat lease-holders paying out exorbitant fees for “useless” fire marshals

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Landlord leaseholders of flats affected by dangerous cladding are forking out incredulous amounts of money for buildings to be monitored overnight for...

Watch: Essential fire safety tips

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Watch Hamilton Fraser Total Landlord Insurance’s video to improve the fire safety of your property

Liverpool City Council says landlord left vulnerable people residing in “fire...

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The incident, which happened back in 2016, has now been published in full in a report by the Council to justify its...