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Why do they need to be moved? Cant they do the work whilst your belongings are there?Do you want them all moved out?Please note it may be the morning when I reply
If you dont want a B&B where you expect the Landlord to house you?
May I ask what the difference is between a hotel and a B&B in what you expect?In a hotel you would also not have a kitchen?
So what is it you want to achieve? Compensation? How much?
Yes I can help, but I need to know what is it you want to achieve.
What is the result you want? To stop the Landlord from doing repairs? To get rent reduced? To seek redress, if so in what form?
I will try to assist you with this.
I see the other expert has opted.
Unfortunately, the news is not good. As you will read here from Citizen’s advice, if the repair work is so disruptive that you need to move out, your landlord may, but doesn’t have to provide somewhere else for you to live while the work is being done. Hence, the landlord providing B&B is actually more than his statutory duty. I’m sorry, I know it’s bad news but that’s the situation. Here it is from Citizens Advice also.
Can I clarify anything for you? Please rate the service positive so that I get paid. We can still exchange emails. Best wishes. FES.
Although Citizen’s advice bureau are a non-fee paying organisation, their advice is generally to be relied upon.
I will refer your request for a refund to admin but meanwhile, the reason you haven’t received anything useful as you put it is quite simply because you are looking for a solution which legally does not exist. Sorry.
Do you still need some help?
Great news. Best of luck if the council are taking action