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Inspection: rented homes revealed to be fire hazards

No smoke alarms in some houses and apartments

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
30th March, 2014
Housing inspectors have discovered families are living in over 140 rented houses in one city alone which either have no fire extinguishers or fire blankets. Some rented houses and apartments do not have any working smoke alarms, which is also in breach of the legal requirements.

Housing inspectors have discovered families are living in over 140 rented houses in one city alone which either have no fire extinguishers or fire blankets. Some rented houses and apartments do not have any working smoke alarms, which is also in breach of the legal requirements.

*The Sunday Business Post* has obtained, under the Freedom of Information Act, inspection reports of private rented properties which were issued with ''improvement notices to rectify faults,

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