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Latest News: Landlord fined for renting out sub-standard property

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A woman has been left with a massive court bill of 1,200 after being found to have rented out an unsafe property.

Debra Johnson of Chaveney Road, Quorn, pleaded guilty at Leicester Magistrates Court on November 26, 2015 to failing to comply with a Prohibition Order.

CBCl secured the order against Johnson in 2013 after several hazards were discovered at the property on Castledine Street, Quorn, which she owned and rented out.

The order was given to protect possible tenants from living in an unsafe property.

The hazards found in the property included ill fittings doors and windows, dangerous electrics, excess cold due lack of insulation, draughty, and lack of a fire escape route. Other issues at the property included rotting, leaking windows and damp.

Councils pledge to cut carbon

Created: Friday 11th of December 2015 01:12:07 PM

Councils pledge to cut carbon

The borough council has shown its green credentials by making a pledge to cut its carbon footprint by 15 per cent in the next five years. To meet its 2020 Carbon Pledge, Charnwood Borough Council will invest in more energy-efficient LED lighting and heating systems across its properties and encourage a more energy conscious workforce. ...

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Fun and festive events continue

Created: Friday 4th of December 2015 02:12:39 PM


More Christmas fun is on the way thanks to a number of events in Charnwood over the run up to the Christmas Holidays...

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Leicestershire Against Onshore Drilling

Created: Friday 4th of December 2015 02:12:38 PM


Local environmental campaign group Leicestershire Against Onshore Drilling (LAOD) would like to call on Leicestershire County Council to make their upcoming shale gas briefing (Monday 7th December) open to the public. ...

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Loughborough is the second largest town after Leicester in the county of Leicestershire. It is located within the Borough of Charnwood whose administrative centre is in Loughborough. In 2004 it had a population of 57,600. It is home to one of the best Universities in the UK - Loughborough University.

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