Farnborough landlord fined nearly £5,000 after ‘ignoring fundamental safety issues’ in home with nine tenants

A landlord was slapped with a fine of £4,600 after they ignored ‘fundamental safety issues’ within their house. At the time of the fine, nine people were living in the property. An Emergency Prohibition Order (EPO) was served to Janna Fuller, of Cross Street in Farnborough, after a house she owned was found to be […]
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