Housing Disrepair Claims

If your social landlord or housing association has neglected to make urgent repairs to your home, we can help you claim free Housing Repairs & £1,000s compensation!


What is Housing Disrepair?

If a property is in disrepair, it means that it needs repairing before it can be considered safe and fit to live in. This usually applies to rented homes and other types of rented accommodation.

If you’re a council housing tenant and your home is in disrepair, you have the right to claim compensation for any difficulty, discomfort, or suffering you have experienced.

Some examples of housing disrepair:

How much can I claim from my landlord?

Every housing disrepair claim varies in severity, so we cannot determine exactly how much you may be entitled until you contact our specialists. However, we can detail what damages you can seek.

These are some examples:

You do not need to use a claims management company to file a property complaint. If your complaint is unsuccessful, you can refer it to the Housing Ombudsman for free if it falls within their remit.

The amount of compensation you may receive is contingent upon the severity of your housing disrepair problem and the duration for which the poor conditions in the property have endured.

Yes. Mould can cause damage to your belongings and lead to serious health problems. If the mould is a result of a disrepair issue your landlord hasn’t addressed, you may have a strong case for compensation. A housing disrepair solicitor from our panel can help you take legal action and get the compensation you deserve.

Yes! Landlords must maintain safe living conditions. If they ignore necessary repairs, you may be able to claim compensation for damages, health problems, lost income, or general inconvenience. Your tenancy agreement will help determine your specific rights.

If dampness caused by landlord neglect has harmed your health, belongings, or living conditions, you may have a case for compensation. A solicitor from our panel can discuss your specific situation.

For a free consultation, call us today on 0800 047 8500 or request a call back By filling the form.

What evidence will I need to claim?

In order to file a successful claim you will need to have some evidence. This includes:

Evidence required to support your claim:

All of this evidence goes into building your housing disrepair claim and will significantly help your claim.

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Our expert panel of solicitors can typically confirm almost immediately whether your claims application is likely to be successful and also give you an indication of how much you could potentially claim for.