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If a Council House garden is a real mess and a new tenant is moving in do the Council clear the garden  for them? 

 

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11 minutes ago, gene said:

If a Council House garden is a real mess and a new tenant is moving in do the Council clear the garden  for them? 

 

From experience, it didn't happen when I moved home! Had to do it ourselves.

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You must be joking, it’s the responsibility of the tenants.

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Posted (edited)

If it’s just overgrown the council will not do anything, Unless the new tenants are disabled or if it’s full of hazardous waste (nappies,bagged household waste etc etc) then the council are obliged to help. 

Edited by jon&emma

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I know basically it is the tenant who is responsible but this property has had an number of tenants in recent years who all dumped their mess in the very large garden. I guess it must be being cleared because of all the waste some of it glass. Thanks for your input. 

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22 minutes ago, gene said:

I know basically it is the tenant who is responsible but this property has had an number of tenants in recent years who all dumped their mess in the very large garden. I guess it must be being cleared because of all the waste some of it glass. Thanks for your input. 

Like your style 

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