Coventry landlord fined £60,000 for illegally letting property with ‘no gas or electricity’

A Coventry landlord was fined £60,000 by the council for letting an unlicensed home. The council paid a visit to the property in Monks Road, Stoke, after receiving several complaints from its residents who said they were left with ‘no gas or electricity’. Environmental Health Officers from Coventry City Council inspected the House in Multiple […]
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