Housing - Right to repair application

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If you are a local authority tenant, you may be entitled to have certain repairs made to your home under the Right to Repair scheme. Check with your local authority to see if the required works qualify for the scheme. If the local authority fails to address valid requests, you should raise the issue with your council.

Council property upkeep

Under the Right to Repair Regulations 1994 the government has set out a list of qualifying repairs which have to be done within a certain time limit. They are small urgent repairs which might affect your health, safety or security and which can be done quickly and easily, see the detailed rights for more details.

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