Two North London landlords have been fined over £30,000 for an absence of emergency lighting and other fire equipment at property they rented in Golders Green.
A Luton property company has been slapped with fine of almost £67,000 for a lack of emergency lighting and other fire safety measures at three properties in the town.
The punitive fines being handed out by courts for breaches of fire safety laws have continued this month as a judge fined a Hertfordshire landlord £50,000 for the lack of emergency lighting and other failings at two rented properties.
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Ten people have been charged with a variety of offences as part of a police probe into contracts to install emergency lighting and fire alarms in council properties.
A rogue landlord has been fined £16,000 for breaching fire regulations - including an absence of emergency lighting – in a leafy middle-class suburb of a sleepy seaside town.
A private landlord has been fined a record £400,000 over the lack of emergency lighting, faulty standard lighting with a risk of electrocution and other breaches of fire and health and safety legislation.
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A court has fined a private landlord £1,380 over an absence of emergency lighting at his property and other offences.
Over a third of England’s social housing towers have inadequate emergency lighting, it has been revealed.