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LANDLORDS BEWARE FINES NOW £20,000!!! READ BELOW 80% OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES ARE PLANNING TO CRACK DOWN ON LANDLORDS WHO FAIL TO KEEP UP SAFETY STANDARDS AND INSURANCE MAY BE INVALIDATED!!! 
                                          Home Truths

The Private Rented Sector (PRS) has been growing at a size and speed unprecedented throughout the last century. There has been a rise in the number of non professional landlords renting out rooms or properties.

Electrical Safety First engages with national and local government, at Westminster, in Scotland and in Wales, aiming to improve conditions in the sector. 

We also run campaigns to help landlords understand their obligations for electrical safety in rented properties.

Our research has found that landlords are exposing themselves to significant financial risks, from fines and invalidated insurance, through not acting on their electrical safety obligations. 

Ignoring their responsibilities means landlords are also putting millions of UK private tenants at risk of serious accident or fire.

Electrical Safety First found 1.7 million private renters have reported electrical concerns that were eithe
r ignored by their landlord or acted on too slowly, and 1.3 million renters are currently waiting for electrical issues to be resolved. No wonder that more than 2 million private tenants have expressed concern about the electrical safety of their home.

The study hoped to gauge landlord’s awareness of the fact fines for failing to maintain adequate electrical safety have risen from
£5,000 to £20,000, but instead found a fifth - around 300,000 private landlords - still believed there were no fines at all.

Added to this, many landlords did not know their insurance may be invalidated if they fail to follow their obligations.

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