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Navigating the Challenges of Damp and Mould: A Review of the Recent RSH Report

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In the realm of social housing, the issue of damp and mould is one that cannot be ignored. A recent report by the Regulator of Social Housing (RSH) has shed light on the importance of effectively tackling these issues to ensure the safety and well-being of tenants.

The report, which we at The UK Association of Mould Experts have thoroughly reviewed, emphasises that while most landlords are proficient at dealing with damp and mould, there is always room for improvement. It’s a call to action for all social housing landlords to review their current practices and ensure they are meeting all necessary requirements to maintain the condition and quality of their tenants’ homes.

The report is a valuable resource, providing insights into the best practices for dealing with damp and mould. It encourages landlords to learn from each other’s successes and challenges. The goal is not just to meet the minimum requirements but to strive for excellence in providing safe and comfortable homes for all tenants.

The RSH report also highlights that the safety of tenants will continue to be a key focus of regulation and inspections from April 2024. This serves as a reminder that the issue of damp and mould is not just about maintaining the physical condition of properties, but also about ensuring the health and well-being of the people living in them.

In conclusion, the report is a timely reminder of the ongoing challenges faced by social housing landlords in dealing with damp and mould. It’s an invitation to all landlords to take a proactive approach, learn from the best practices, and ensure the safety and well-being of their tenants.

Here at The UK Association of Mould Experts, we stand ready to support landlords in this endeavour. We believe that by working together, we can make a significant difference in the lives of tenants across the UK.

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