The latest housing digest provided by Steve Battersby focuses on a decision by the First–tier Tribunal (Property Chamber). This case highlights another way Councils can use Prohibition Orders - to determine the use of a room when a fire hazard exists.
Using Prohibition Orders in this way though raises the question of how councils can monitor whether the Order is being breached. What are your thoughts?
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