A private landlord operating in Wrexham has been prosecuted for not complying with an Improvement Notice to deal with poor conditions served by the Council’s Environmental Health and Housing Standards team. The court imposed fines and costs totaling £2,295.

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Cllr David Griffiths, Lead Member for Housing said: “The Council is proactively working with landlords to assist them and raise standards for tenants. But if they choose not to cooperate and comply with the legal requirements, we will have no hesitation in taking firm enforcement action as a recent case demonstrates.”

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Most landlords do carry out repairs once they know about them. However, if your landlord fails to carry out the repairs after a reasonable period of time, you should contact Environmental Health and Housing Standards on HealthandHousing@wrexham.gov.uk or on 01978 292040.

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