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    The problems with social housing in the UK appear ever increasing and the public bodies that own the properties are becoming ever more difficult to reach out to by and on behalf of vulnerable families.

    Here at Housing Disrepair Helpline we work with charitable organisations, schools and social workers to ensure that we are able to get those that are most in need excellent legal representation. This is in the form of direct help or us supplying leaflets to be distributed to needy areas.

    Please complete our questionnaire and we will call you back regarding how we can help.

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      Happy clients

      "This actually works I was successful and got everything I asked for and compensation"


      Ms Akua (via Facebook)

      "My solicitor was excellent and very professional. There was no messing around and my house was fixed perfectly and I even got £8000 in compensation. 10/10 service!"


      Felicia Appiah, Newham

      "10/10 service. Excellent service. The housing solicitor was very good with handling the case, and as soon as she got involved the landlord started moving with the repairs. Once all the works were done, there have been no more issues. Would recommend Housing Disrepair Helpline"


      Beverley Williams, Lambeth

      "I am so grateful for HDH help and over the moon with my new kitchen and the heating now keeps me warm in the cold winter months"


      Josephine Dunne

      "I was very happy with how swiftly the works were carried out and how the solicitor’s were able to get repairs done that I’ve been trying to get fixed for 6 years!"


      Gemma Gabriel

      "Louis, my housing solicitor really helped with my situation. He forced L&Q to do the works they should have been doing. He kept me updated every step of the way and even got my bedroom fully redecorated and I got a whole new bedroom suite. He even got them to paint my kitchen and hallway."


      Joyce Phillips