A private landlord was prosecuted today after failing to provide gas safety certificates for two rented properties.

 In Premier Risk News

A private landlord was prosecuted today after failing to provide gas safety certificates for two rented properties. The landlord did not comply with an improvement notice and pleaded guilty to breaching section  33(1) of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and sections 36(3) and 36(6) of the Gas Safety Installations and Use Regulations. He was given 240 hours of community service and instructed to pay full HSE costs of £2767.

Total Costs = 240 hours of community service + £2767 fine

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