Hazardous Homes To Let:

Protecting Renters from Asbestos

The current regime does not require landlords to manage and maintain asbestos in private living areas, which are not for common use.

This paper challenges the current regulations surrounding the management of asbestos in
domestic premises. The paper focuses on privately rented properties, which pose a unique
set of challenges. It concludes with recommendations designed to ameliorate the problem
and reform the current regime.

Asbestos continues to be a danger in workplaces – and it’s teachers who are at increased risk

£1bn school building fund must expel asbestos forever

Tory MP warns asbestos related diseases account for around 10,000 deaths per year

Boris Johnson Encouraged to rid schools and hospitals of killer asbestos in new campaign

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