Unfit for Human Habitation damp
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2 months ago

"The HHSRS system works by evaluating the potential health and safety risks of any deficiencies identified in dwellings. In order to establish the level of a hazard (defined as a Category 1 or Category 2 hazard)"

How is this evaluated as to level of damp, having tenant contract holder report issue to E. health, i have had specialist damp proof company survey to describe as  " readings taken by the use of a Protimeter survey master revealed only a small area of dampness at the point where the lower trimmer of the roof light opening is connected with the left side party wall "

Though no Actual readings have been supplied in the report, should those readings have be included and what readings are regarded as Category 1 or two Hazard  or fall out of concern coverd by legislation 



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