News - Property Management

Property management company plead guilty to fire safety breaches 18/06/2009

A property management company have been ordered to pay over £25,000 in fines and costs after pleading guilty to serious breaches of fire safety legislation following a prosecution brought by the London Fire Brigade. Shoalacre Ltd. of 44-50 The Broadway, Southall, Middlesex, UB1 1QB, admitted guilt on seven contraventions of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.  more info

Landlords sentenced to six months imprisonment 12/06/2009

Two Haringey landlords have been sentenced to six months imprisonment and ordered to pay £5000 costs each for breaching fire safety regulations, after a successful prosecution by London Fire Brigade. The prosecution followed a fire at a house converted into bedsits, on Hampden Road, N8, on 31 March 2007. more info

Successful Prosecution for Breach of Fire Safety Legislation 03/03/2009

On 19th February 2009, Fred Weilem Fan (58) of Great Cheetham Street East, Broughton, appeared before Salford Magistrates Court for sentencing. Mr Fan had been found guilty at an earlier trial on 22nd January 2009, of failing to comply with a prohibition notice under Fire Safety legislation served on premises under his control*, by Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Authority. He had previously pleaded guilty to a separate charge of giving false information to a fire safety inspector. more info