Eltham damp in council houses forces families to share one bed

News Shopper: The '3-D' mould creeping through an Eltham family's council house The '3-D' mould creeping through an Eltham family's council house

DAMP creeping through Eltham has forced one family to sleep on a single mattress in their living room to escape a "3-D" black mould.

While another Eltham mum says she has to climb into her children’s bunk beds to flee the mouldy menace in her bedroom.

News Shopper received three independent reports of the growing problem in Eltham council properties in the space of one week.

Ryan Homewood, who lives in Linsted Court, resorted to sleeping on a mattress with his partner Gemma Crutch, six-year-old son Heddy and three-year-old daughter Milly as the bedrooms’ mould was so bad.

He said: "It is all black. It is like 3D - it looks like it is sticking out of the wall.

"We have put our mattress into the front room and slept on that.

"My children haven’t stopped coughing so it is getting a bit worrying."

Mr Homewood says the family have contacted the council repeatedly and cleaned the fungus off themselves but it keeps returning.

In nearby Elmbrook Gardens, Jenny Sullivan says she has been living with "smelly" mould for five years which also means she cannot use her own bedroom.

The 31-year-old mother-of-two said: "It is bad. I have never been able to use my bedroom.

"I am having to sleep on my sofa or in the girls’ room on their floor.

"I feel sorry for my kids because if someone comes round we have to apologise for the smell."

Her brother Mish Al-Shaibi once stayed in the room for three days and is convinced it made him ill last year with a viral infection and swollen gums.

The 34-year-old said: "It is just madness. My sister sleeps on the sofa or in bunk beds.

"I just think it is awful.

"They would soon be on top of her if she wasn’t paying council tax but have avoided this for five years."

Lisa Cresswell, of Restons Crescent, also says she has complained to the council many times about damp in her property which she says is affecting the health of her eight-month-old baby.

A Greenwich Council spokesman said: "The Royal Borough recognises the on-going problems with damp and mould in these three properties and will continue to work with tenants to find a permanent solution.

"To this end a specialist team has recently been established within the Housing Department to address these types of issues and a number of additional works have been identified to resolve the specific problems within these properties."

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1:27pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Wispy Wonder says...

How about just opening the windows to improve airflow and dry out the mould? Failing that, clean it off with soapy water. How hard can it be, really???
How about just opening the windows to improve airflow and dry out the mould? Failing that, clean it off with soapy water. How hard can it be, really??? Wispy Wonder
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3:13pm Thu 21 Feb 13

NinaNina says...

I agree with you Wispy Wonder. The mould in room has obviously been left to 'grow' for a while. My bedroom is the same - if I left it alone it would be exactly like this too. There are ways round it, I have to have a dehumidifier on regulaly and that seems to sort it out and keep it at bay. Not sure what they expect the council to do, provide them with a new property perhaps...?!
I agree with you Wispy Wonder. The mould in room has obviously been left to 'grow' for a while. My bedroom is the same - if I left it alone it would be exactly like this too. There are ways round it, I have to have a dehumidifier on regulaly and that seems to sort it out and keep it at bay. Not sure what they expect the council to do, provide them with a new property perhaps...?! NinaNina
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3:18pm Thu 21 Feb 13

the wall says...

Linsted Court to Elmbrook Gardens are about 2.5 miles apart so not really "nearby"
Linsted Court to Elmbrook Gardens are about 2.5 miles apart so not really "nearby" the wall
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3:44pm Thu 21 Feb 13

Only_me!! says...

I live in eltham had this for 7 years, it's caused by condensation mainly on the coldest walls, it's caused by the heat in the property meeting the cold wall, the council solution was to dry line the exterior walls from the inside, it's seems to have worked so far fingers crossed only done it a few months ago, I also agree with the comments above make sure your getting a decent air flow
I live in eltham had this for 7 years, it's caused by condensation mainly on the coldest walls, it's caused by the heat in the property meeting the cold wall, the council solution was to dry line the exterior walls from the inside, it's seems to have worked so far fingers crossed only done it a few months ago, I also agree with the comments above make sure your getting a decent air flow Only_me!!
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1:24am Sat 23 Feb 13

jennysullivan2 says...

this is my flat they are talking about and if any body new what i was going through or went through you would know as quick as i washed the walls the mould came back ive had the council round i dont know how many times and each time i got told different things they have said there is something going on they have done all different jobs and it doesnt stop it the walls have just been washed down again a couple of days ago and the ceiling is driping once again i have enough living in a place i cant call home for me and my girls it smells and i have had about as much as i can take with keep decorating and replacing things if people are not in that sitaution i dont think you should comment if they dont know what they are going therough.
this is my flat they are talking about and if any body new what i was going through or went through you would know as quick as i washed the walls the mould came back ive had the council round i dont know how many times and each time i got told different things they have said there is something going on they have done all different jobs and it doesnt stop it the walls have just been washed down again a couple of days ago and the ceiling is driping once again i have enough living in a place i cant call home for me and my girls it smells and i have had about as much as i can take with keep decorating and replacing things if people are not in that sitaution i dont think you should comment if they dont know what they are going therough. jennysullivan2
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12:30pm Sat 23 Feb 13

babyheart says...

i agree with you jen some people are so quick to judge like you havent washed down the walls like your a dirty person and this you aint but im sure after 11years with this problem and the last two tenents before you then its not the tenants fault most houses consist of some damp but there have been false walls put in and council in and out for years doing diffrent things then with no solution to the problem it speakes for itself there is a big problem so dont let anyone that doesnt no ure situation get you down if they are in ure place then they would be wanting to move and you are intitled to live like any other tenant damp free
i agree with you jen some people are so quick to judge like you havent washed down the walls like your a dirty person and this you aint but im sure after 11years with this problem and the last two tenents before you then its not the tenants fault most houses consist of some damp but there have been false walls put in and council in and out for years doing diffrent things then with no solution to the problem it speakes for itself there is a big problem so dont let anyone that doesnt no ure situation get you down if they are in ure place then they would be wanting to move and you are intitled to live like any other tenant damp free babyheart
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3:59pm Sat 23 Feb 13

lollie,erith says...

when property developers etc buy a property they dont just wash the walls and paint over it, they have to use treatments and find the source of the problem. the council cant be bothered or they could have contractors who have claimed to have completed jobs and not bothered to do them. lets hope they get sorted out soon. contact citizen advice or find a solicitor or even a surveyor. thats what i did with my property a good few years ago now. i asked the council in writing and their surveyor pinpointed what the actual problem was. then the council had to do the work. good luck.
when property developers etc buy a property they dont just wash the walls and paint over it, they have to use treatments and find the source of the problem. the council cant be bothered or they could have contractors who have claimed to have completed jobs and not bothered to do them. lets hope they get sorted out soon. contact citizen advice or find a solicitor or even a surveyor. thats what i did with my property a good few years ago now. i asked the council in writing and their surveyor pinpointed what the actual problem was. then the council had to do the work. good luck. lollie,erith
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10:23am Mon 25 Feb 13

the wall says...

jennysullivan2 and babyheart - You both need to wind your neck in. People have offered advice on your 'sitaution' or even situation. So you don't think people should comment - Why not? Freedom of speech is still allowed. This is a public accessed website whereby the public can leave a comment. Maybe don't talk to the papers if you don't want people to 'judge'.

babyheart - What is ure? Do you mean your or you're?
diffrent - different.
speakes - speaks.
intitled - entitled.

And for both of you:
These are full stops .............
These are apostrophe ''''''''''
These are commas ,,,,,,,
Please learn to use them.
jennysullivan2 and babyheart - You both need to wind your neck in. People have offered advice on your 'sitaution' or even situation. So you don't think people should comment - Why not? Freedom of speech is still allowed. This is a public accessed website whereby the public can leave a comment. Maybe don't talk to the papers if you don't want people to 'judge'. babyheart - What is ure? Do you mean your or you're? diffrent - different. speakes - speaks. intitled - entitled. And for both of you: These are full stops ............. These are apostrophe '''''''''' These are commas ,,,,,,, Please learn to use them. the wall
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11:08am Mon 25 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!!
...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!! Inspirationalady28
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11:37am Mon 25 Feb 13

the wall says...

Inspirationalady28 wrote:
...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!!
Are you bullying me?
[quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: ...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!![/p][/quote]Are you bullying me? the wall
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11:41am Mon 25 Feb 13

the wall says...

Inspirationalady28 wrote:
...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!!
Or shall we look at the mistakes you have made in your comment.

No you will just report this post and threaten me again.
[quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: ...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!![/p][/quote]Or shall we look at the mistakes you have made in your comment. No you will just report this post and threaten me again. the wall
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2:40pm Mon 25 Feb 13

babyheart says...

i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice
i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice babyheart
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4:34pm Mon 25 Feb 13

the wall says...

babyheart wrote:
i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice
Speakes is wrong, it's speaks. Also no e on the end of wrong. It's not like you have even read the posts and taken on board what has been said.

Very easy to do a spell check. How do you get by in your job? It's doesn't upset me in that I will lose any sleep about it. What it does do is build a mental picture of a moronic fat beast in clothing from Sports Direct and big Gold earrings, that breathes through it's mouth and chews food with it's mouth open. Education doesn't stop when you leave school it continues for the rest of your life.

This is just an opinion.
[quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice[/p][/quote]Speakes is wrong, it's speaks. Also no e on the end of wrong. It's not like you have even read the posts and taken on board what has been said. Very easy to do a spell check. How do you get by in your job? It's doesn't upset me in that I will lose any sleep about it. What it does do is build a mental picture of a moronic fat beast in clothing from Sports Direct and big Gold earrings, that breathes through it's mouth and chews food with it's mouth open. Education doesn't stop when you leave school it continues for the rest of your life. This is just an opinion. the wall
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5:30pm Mon 25 Feb 13

simonwebb70 says...

The lets not get an education, have a few chavs and get kept for the rest of our days!! Dysfuntionality breeds dysfunctionality....
......thanks Labour!
The lets not get an education, have a few chavs and get kept for the rest of our days!! Dysfuntionality breeds dysfunctionality.... ......thanks Labour! simonwebb70
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6:38pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

the wall wrote:
babyheart wrote:
i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice
Speakes is wrong, it's speaks. Also no e on the end of wrong. It's not like you have even read the posts and taken on board what has been said.

Very easy to do a spell check. How do you get by in your job? It's doesn't upset me in that I will lose any sleep about it. What it does do is build a mental picture of a moronic fat beast in clothing from Sports Direct and big Gold earrings, that breathes through it's mouth and chews food with it's mouth open. Education doesn't stop when you leave school it continues for the rest of your life.

This is just an opinion.
Even with the spelling mistakes, I can still read and understand what this person is trying to say, unlike you who is always waiting to pick fault and insult people in order to do a bit of trolling when you're bored! Yes, I have used the T******* word because that's exactly what you are doing. As for education, it's not all about spelling..just because a person has difficulty in spelling doesn't mean they lack education. Some people have dyslexia but can still be more intelligent than you!!
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice[/p][/quote]Speakes is wrong, it's speaks. Also no e on the end of wrong. It's not like you have even read the posts and taken on board what has been said. Very easy to do a spell check. How do you get by in your job? It's doesn't upset me in that I will lose any sleep about it. What it does do is build a mental picture of a moronic fat beast in clothing from Sports Direct and big Gold earrings, that breathes through it's mouth and chews food with it's mouth open. Education doesn't stop when you leave school it continues for the rest of your life. This is just an opinion.[/p][/quote]Even with the spelling mistakes, I can still read and understand what this person is trying to say, unlike you who is always waiting to pick fault and insult people in order to do a bit of trolling when you're bored! Yes, I have used the T******* word because that's exactly what you are doing. As for education, it's not all about spelling..just because a person has difficulty in spelling doesn't mean they lack education. Some people have dyslexia but can still be more intelligent than you!! Inspirationalady28
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6:50pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

the wall wrote:
Inspirationalady28 wrote:
...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!!
Or shall we look at the mistakes you have made in your comment.

No you will just report this post and threaten me again.
I wont reprt enyting and ive nevr thretened u. cn u undastand wht im sayen hre? Lol..
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: ...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!![/p][/quote]Or shall we look at the mistakes you have made in your comment. No you will just report this post and threaten me again.[/p][/quote]I wont reprt enyting and ive nevr thretened u. cn u undastand wht im sayen hre? Lol.. Inspirationalady28
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8:18pm Mon 25 Feb 13

the wall says...

Inspirationalady28 wrote:
the wall wrote:
Inspirationalady28 wrote:
...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!!
Or shall we look at the mistakes you have made in your comment.

No you will just report this post and threaten me again.
I wont reprt enyting and ive nevr thretened u. cn u undastand wht im sayen hre? Lol..
No, I can never understand what you're babbling on about and you look even more of a fool.

Funny that you bring up trolling. You like to dish it but don't like it back.

Don't keep commenting on my comments because according to you that's bullying. Oh and by the way don't keep playing that card because it's wearing thin.
Funny you that mention dyslexia, because I'm dyslexic. I have never used it in my life as an excuse for sloppy English neither should anyone else.

The old dig about people more intelligent than you - Please do point out to me where I said any different? Richard Branson, Tom Cruise and Henry Winkler all have dyslexia. Do you want a list of more people? Hans Christian Andersen, Danish writer - More talent than you will ever have.

Maybe you should just wind your neck in and stop trying to pick an online fight with me, because I can handle words on a screen and it's been proved many many times that you can't or do just like to play the victim all the time. Maybe you want to be some type of martyr.
[quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: ...and you should learn to correct your own mistakes before correcting others.. because there's more than one 'apostrophe', you omitted the (S) at the end..It's 'APOSTROPHES'!!![/p][/quote]Or shall we look at the mistakes you have made in your comment. No you will just report this post and threaten me again.[/p][/quote]I wont reprt enyting and ive nevr thretened u. cn u undastand wht im sayen hre? Lol..[/p][/quote]No, I can never understand what you're babbling on about and you look even more of a fool. Funny that you bring up trolling. You like to dish it but don't like it back. Don't keep commenting on my comments because according to you that's bullying. Oh and by the way don't keep playing that card because it's wearing thin. Funny you that mention dyslexia, because I'm dyslexic. I have never used it in my life as an excuse for sloppy English neither should anyone else. The old dig about people more intelligent than you - Please do point out to me where I said any different? Richard Branson, Tom Cruise and Henry Winkler all have dyslexia. Do you want a list of more people? Hans Christian Andersen, Danish writer - More talent than you will ever have. Maybe you should just wind your neck in and stop trying to pick an online fight with me, because I can handle words on a screen and it's been proved many many times that you can't or do just like to play the victim all the time. Maybe you want to be some type of martyr. the wall
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9:37pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Marty1979 says...

babyheart wrote:
i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice
Who has said she's a dirty person?
[quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice[/p][/quote]Who has said she's a dirty person? Marty1979
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10:50pm Mon 25 Feb 13

babyheart says...

to the wall i think you must have a sad life to sit at ure computer and try to correct spelling and try to insult everyone on hear that points out your rudeness but thats ok i can take it i may have a spelling problem but it seems the way you try to intimadate others you have bigger problems so if thats what it takes to make you happy get on with it so sad that you carry on like this
maybe you could take up teaching im not ashamed of not been able to spell but im most probelly more polite than you and maybe thats something you missed out on at school but thats my opinion free speech
to the wall i think you must have a sad life to sit at ure computer and try to correct spelling and try to insult everyone on hear that points out your rudeness but thats ok i can take it i may have a spelling problem but it seems the way you try to intimadate others you have bigger problems so if thats what it takes to make you happy get on with it so sad that you carry on like this maybe you could take up teaching im not ashamed of not been able to spell but im most probelly more polite than you and maybe thats something you missed out on at school but thats my opinion free speech babyheart
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11:26pm Mon 25 Feb 13

Gypo.Joe says...

Wall please be nice to Lou.

Why cant we all just get along.

tHaNk u very mucho. x
Wall please be nice to Lou. Why cant we all just get along. tHaNk u very mucho. x Gypo.Joe
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8:56am Tue 26 Feb 13

banjo8 says...

Okay, so some of the spelling might not be that good, but not sure what the fuss is about. The mould looks a really pretty colour - quite nice for Eltham.
Okay, so some of the spelling might not be that good, but not sure what the fuss is about. The mould looks a really pretty colour - quite nice for Eltham. banjo8
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9:43am Tue 26 Feb 13

Mr_Fandango says...

Lets see first off I have had the exact same problem in my previous abode in Petts wood.

Eventually I was given a spray that killed it off but also the landlord decided to put in extractor fans in the affected rooms was rather noisy but did the trick.

Secondly I see The Wall going on with his utter nonsense again and picking on a person that is not only in the situation but also has a different opinion to him/her.

You happily mention free speech but in every single thing I have ever seen on here that you have posted it is clear that you only like your views and regardless of what other people say you’re the right person.

Maybe its time you decided to hop into the real world get a bit of air and try being a little more understanding of people and less of a keyboard warrior.

Feel free to pick out all my spelling mistakes and punctuation.

Many thanks.
Lets see first off I have had the exact same problem in my previous abode in Petts wood. Eventually I was given a spray that killed it off but also the landlord decided to put in extractor fans in the affected rooms was rather noisy but did the trick. Secondly I see The Wall going on with his utter nonsense again and picking on a person that is not only in the situation but also has a different opinion to him/her. You happily mention free speech but in every single thing I have ever seen on here that you have posted it is clear that you only like your views and regardless of what other people say you’re the right person. Maybe its time you decided to hop into the real world get a bit of air and try being a little more understanding of people and less of a keyboard warrior. Feel free to pick out all my spelling mistakes and punctuation. Many thanks. Mr_Fandango
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9:48am Tue 26 Feb 13

Mr_Fandango says...

the wall wrote:
babyheart wrote: i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice
Speakes is wrong, it's speaks. Also no e on the end of wrong. It's not like you have even read the posts and taken on board what has been said. Very easy to do a spell check. How do you get by in your job? It's doesn't upset me in that I will lose any sleep about it. What it does do is build a mental picture of a moronic fat beast in clothing from Sports Direct and big Gold earrings, that breathes through it's mouth and chews food with it's mouth open. Education doesn't stop when you leave school it continues for the rest of your life. This is just an opinion.
Clearly just a keyboard bully!!!
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: i never said i was great at spelling and yes everyone has a voice all im saying is if the place is that bad for her to get moved out it speakes for itself how bad it is and she wasnt a dirty person to leave her home to rot without trying everthingand sorry if this upsets you with my spelling been wronge again ps and thanks for all that gave good advice[/p][/quote]Speakes is wrong, it's speaks. Also no e on the end of wrong. It's not like you have even read the posts and taken on board what has been said. Very easy to do a spell check. How do you get by in your job? It's doesn't upset me in that I will lose any sleep about it. What it does do is build a mental picture of a moronic fat beast in clothing from Sports Direct and big Gold earrings, that breathes through it's mouth and chews food with it's mouth open. Education doesn't stop when you leave school it continues for the rest of your life. This is just an opinion.[/p][/quote]Clearly just a keyboard bully!!! Mr_Fandango
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10:03am Tue 26 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

I wonder if there's anything we can get for #the wall because he’s obviously got some problem that spreads too!! :)

@babyheart, take no notice of people who would rather post comments insulting you than offer support.. I do hope you get the problem sorted soon.
I wonder if there's anything we can get for #the wall because he’s obviously got some problem that spreads too!! :) @babyheart, take no notice of people who would rather post comments insulting you than offer support.. I do hope you get the problem sorted soon. Inspirationalady28
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10:08am Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

babyheart wrote:
to the wall i think you must have a sad life to sit at ure computer and try to correct spelling and try to insult everyone on hear that points out your rudeness but thats ok i can take it i may have a spelling problem but it seems the way you try to intimadate others you have bigger problems so if thats what it takes to make you happy get on with it so sad that you carry on like this
maybe you could take up teaching im not ashamed of not been able to spell but im most probelly more polite than you and maybe thats something you missed out on at school but thats my opinion free speech
Oh no you got me wrong I was trying to help you, give you some tips / handy hints. Things that I use to get over me reading and spelling issues. But if you want to go throught life like that then fine knock yourself out / fill your boots.

As for being a teacher no thanks. Thats not for me. Most parents and kids need a good hard slap. Teachers can't teach any more, their time is taken up with teaching skills to the child that the parents should of done.
[quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: to the wall i think you must have a sad life to sit at ure computer and try to correct spelling and try to insult everyone on hear that points out your rudeness but thats ok i can take it i may have a spelling problem but it seems the way you try to intimadate others you have bigger problems so if thats what it takes to make you happy get on with it so sad that you carry on like this maybe you could take up teaching im not ashamed of not been able to spell but im most probelly more polite than you and maybe thats something you missed out on at school but thats my opinion free speech[/p][/quote]Oh no you got me wrong I was trying to help you, give you some tips / handy hints. Things that I use to get over me reading and spelling issues. But if you want to go throught life like that then fine knock yourself out / fill your boots. As for being a teacher no thanks. Thats not for me. Most parents and kids need a good hard slap. Teachers can't teach any more, their time is taken up with teaching skills to the child that the parents should of done. the wall
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10:28am Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

Mr_Fandango wrote:
Lets see first off I have had the exact same problem in my previous abode in Petts wood.

Eventually I was given a spray that killed it off but also the landlord decided to put in extractor fans in the affected rooms was rather noisy but did the trick.

Secondly I see The Wall going on with his utter nonsense again and picking on a person that is not only in the situation but also has a different opinion to him/her.

You happily mention free speech but in every single thing I have ever seen on here that you have posted it is clear that you only like your views and regardless of what other people say you’re the right person.

Maybe its time you decided to hop into the real world get a bit of air and try being a little more understanding of people and less of a keyboard warrior.

Feel free to pick out all my spelling mistakes and punctuation.

Many thanks.
Thanks for the damp story. So the damp went then because air was allowed to circulate and the spray killed the mould.


Sorry if my use of words upsets you. Do you want everything wrapped up in cotton wool, no sharp edges. Would that suit you?


Yes I am a self righteous, I'm also not thick enough to defend the mongtards that serve to make life harder for the rest of us and cause so many problems. You call it more understanding of people, fair enough that your opinion. I call it making excuses.

I disapprove of some of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
[quote][p][bold]Mr_Fandango[/bold] wrote: Lets see first off I have had the exact same problem in my previous abode in Petts wood. Eventually I was given a spray that killed it off but also the landlord decided to put in extractor fans in the affected rooms was rather noisy but did the trick. Secondly I see The Wall going on with his utter nonsense again and picking on a person that is not only in the situation but also has a different opinion to him/her. You happily mention free speech but in every single thing I have ever seen on here that you have posted it is clear that you only like your views and regardless of what other people say you’re the right person. Maybe its time you decided to hop into the real world get a bit of air and try being a little more understanding of people and less of a keyboard warrior. Feel free to pick out all my spelling mistakes and punctuation. Many thanks.[/p][/quote]Thanks for the damp story. So the damp went then because air was allowed to circulate and the spray killed the mould. Sorry if my use of words upsets you. Do you want everything wrapped up in cotton wool, no sharp edges. Would that suit you? Yes I am a self righteous, I'm also not thick enough to defend the mongtards that serve to make life harder for the rest of us and cause so many problems. You call it more understanding of people, fair enough that your opinion. I call it making excuses. I disapprove of some of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. the wall
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10:34am Tue 26 Feb 13

Gypo.Joe says...

Over to you Lou.

Be nice now please Lou.
Over to you Lou. Be nice now please Lou. Gypo.Joe
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11:24am Tue 26 Feb 13

donkus says...

back in jan this year i also went to the papers with these issues rising damp mould ive lived here 3 years and its gone from bad to worse in every room.straight away i had people on here calling me a bum judgeing me because i live in a council house ive worked all my life and pay rent council tax telling me im claiming left right and center for my kids and getting a free house and all council tenants are bums and get free houses and why am i complaining as i dont have to pay for the work but since being here ive not stopped paying out of my pocket for redecoration carpets clothes everything.when moving in we done all our savings on this house and all to be ruined by rising damp and mould for the people on here saying wash it down paint over it well im telling you now it dont work not even a treatment they put on worked i fill for the people on here suffering the same as me as well as the kids you cannot call it your home because everything you do to it gets ruined within days. there are to many judgemental people out there so untill you have been in a situation dont be so god dam quick to judge.You never know whats around the corner for you.and it dont matter if you rent from a council or your private we all have the right to live in a damp and mould free home
back in jan this year i also went to the papers with these issues rising damp mould ive lived here 3 years and its gone from bad to worse in every room.straight away i had people on here calling me a bum judgeing me because i live in a council house ive worked all my life and pay rent council tax telling me im claiming left right and center for my kids and getting a free house and all council tenants are bums and get free houses and why am i complaining as i dont have to pay for the work but since being here ive not stopped paying out of my pocket for redecoration carpets clothes everything.when moving in we done all our savings on this house and all to be ruined by rising damp and mould for the people on here saying wash it down paint over it well im telling you now it dont work not even a treatment they put on worked i fill for the people on here suffering the same as me as well as the kids you cannot call it your home because everything you do to it gets ruined within days. there are to many judgemental people out there so untill you have been in a situation dont be so god dam quick to judge.You never know whats around the corner for you.and it dont matter if you rent from a council or your private we all have the right to live in a damp and mould free home donkus
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11:48am Tue 26 Feb 13

rarecockneyguvnor says...

donkus did you take your medication today ?
donkus did you take your medication today ? rarecockneyguvnor
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11:50am Tue 26 Feb 13

The Navigator says...

the wall wrote:
jennysullivan2 and babyheart - You both need to wind your neck in. People have offered advice on your 'sitaution' or even situation. So you don't think people should comment - Why not? Freedom of speech is still allowed. This is a public accessed website whereby the public can leave a comment. Maybe don't talk to the papers if you don't want people to 'judge'. babyheart - What is ure? Do you mean your or you're? diffrent - different. speakes - speaks. intitled - entitled. And for both of you: These are full stops ............. These are apostrophe '''''''''' These are commas ,,,,,,, Please learn to use them.
I do feel sorry for the families involved it must be distressing and upsetting.

I wouldn't worry about 'The Wall', in respect of this story he is mentioning everyone has a right to free speech. However on another story on this web site he would seek to deny that same right to a street preacher :-

http://www.newsshopp
er.co.uk/news/102506
79.Woolwich_street_p
reacher_in_Greenwich
_Council_police_thre
at/?ref=mr

In short 'The Wall' is a wind up merchant who cites the free speech argument inconsistently and only to support his/her diatribe.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: jennysullivan2 and babyheart - You both need to wind your neck in. People have offered advice on your 'sitaution' or even situation. So you don't think people should comment - Why not? Freedom of speech is still allowed. This is a public accessed website whereby the public can leave a comment. Maybe don't talk to the papers if you don't want people to 'judge'. babyheart - What is ure? Do you mean your or you're? diffrent - different. speakes - speaks. intitled - entitled. And for both of you: These are full stops ............. These are apostrophe '''''''''' These are commas ,,,,,,, Please learn to use them.[/p][/quote]I do feel sorry for the families involved it must be distressing and upsetting. I wouldn't worry about 'The Wall', in respect of this story he is mentioning everyone has a right to free speech. However on another story on this web site he would seek to deny that same right to a street preacher :- http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/102506 79.Woolwich_street_p reacher_in_Greenwich _Council_police_thre at/?ref=mr In short 'The Wall' is a wind up merchant who cites the free speech argument inconsistently and only to support his/her diatribe. The Navigator
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12:02pm Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

The Navigator wrote:
the wall wrote:
jennysullivan2 and babyheart - You both need to wind your neck in. People have offered advice on your 'sitaution' or even situation. So you don't think people should comment - Why not? Freedom of speech is still allowed. This is a public accessed website whereby the public can leave a comment. Maybe don't talk to the papers if you don't want people to 'judge'. babyheart - What is ure? Do you mean your or you're? diffrent - different. speakes - speaks. intitled - entitled. And for both of you: These are full stops ............. These are apostrophe '''''''''' These are commas ,,,,,,, Please learn to use them.
I do feel sorry for the families involved it must be distressing and upsetting.

I wouldn't worry about 'The Wall', in respect of this story he is mentioning everyone has a right to free speech. However on another story on this web site he would seek to deny that same right to a street preacher :-

http://www.newsshopp

er.co.uk/news/102506

79.Woolwich_street_p

reacher_in_Greenwich

_Council_police_thre

at/?ref=mr

In short 'The Wall' is a wind up merchant who cites the free speech argument inconsistently and only to support his/her diatribe.
Pop on over to that other story I have replied to your comment.
[quote][p][bold]The Navigator[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: jennysullivan2 and babyheart - You both need to wind your neck in. People have offered advice on your 'sitaution' or even situation. So you don't think people should comment - Why not? Freedom of speech is still allowed. This is a public accessed website whereby the public can leave a comment. Maybe don't talk to the papers if you don't want people to 'judge'. babyheart - What is ure? Do you mean your or you're? diffrent - different. speakes - speaks. intitled - entitled. And for both of you: These are full stops ............. These are apostrophe '''''''''' These are commas ,,,,,,, Please learn to use them.[/p][/quote]I do feel sorry for the families involved it must be distressing and upsetting. I wouldn't worry about 'The Wall', in respect of this story he is mentioning everyone has a right to free speech. However on another story on this web site he would seek to deny that same right to a street preacher :- http://www.newsshopp er.co.uk/news/102506 79.Woolwich_street_p reacher_in_Greenwich _Council_police_thre at/?ref=mr In short 'The Wall' is a wind up merchant who cites the free speech argument inconsistently and only to support his/her diatribe.[/p][/quote]Pop on over to that other story I have replied to your comment. the wall
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12:04pm Tue 26 Feb 13

The Navigator says...

Likewise
Likewise The Navigator
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12:27pm Tue 26 Feb 13

donkus says...

@ the wall do u remember in jan how you was calling me a bum.here is what u said think you have completely missed the point. This bloke has complained about a damp problem and how it's effecting his daughter. The council give him a time they can fix it for FREE and he says no.

Beggar's can't be choosers!

Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI) if you're getting 'certain' income related benefits you 'might' be able to get help towards interest payments. There’s NO guarantee that you’ll get SMI.


If you are a Council tenant and your boiler needs replacing or your roof is damaged or you have a leaking pipe or dodgy electrics or a blocked drainage or need a broken window replaced it's all FREE. Yet lots of council tenants find the money to pay for Sky TV, fags and booze... the reason i didnt let them in to work was for the last three christmas my house has been a building site and didnt want them in to start. the work was booked in by the council for the new year as they said they could not complet.and i do work and pay my way and where did you come up with i get this all for free na i dont im a scaff start work at 5.30 am and dont get home till late i aint no bum
@ the wall do u remember in jan how you was calling me a bum.here is what u said think you have completely missed the point. This bloke has complained about a damp problem and how it's effecting his daughter. The council give him a time they can fix it for FREE and he says no. Beggar's can't be choosers! Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI) if you're getting 'certain' income related benefits you 'might' be able to get help towards interest payments. There’s NO guarantee that you’ll get SMI. If you are a Council tenant and your boiler needs replacing or your roof is damaged or you have a leaking pipe or dodgy electrics or a blocked drainage or need a broken window replaced it's all FREE. Yet lots of council tenants find the money to pay for Sky TV, fags and booze... the reason i didnt let them in to work was for the last three christmas my house has been a building site and didnt want them in to start. the work was booked in by the council for the new year as they said they could not complet.and i do work and pay my way and where did you come up with i get this all for free na i dont im a scaff start work at 5.30 am and dont get home till late i aint no bum donkus
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12:41pm Tue 26 Feb 13

donkus says...

clearly you have nothing better to do them come on here and talk down to people and before you judge someone take a step back and look at yourself. its like the old saying when point the finger there are three pointing back
clearly you have nothing better to do them come on here and talk down to people and before you judge someone take a step back and look at yourself. its like the old saying when point the finger there are three pointing back donkus
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12:58pm Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

donkus wrote:
clearly you have nothing better to do them come on here and talk down to people and before you judge someone take a step back and look at yourself. its like the old saying when point the finger there are three pointing back
Very good saying I like it. I also stand by what I wrote. So what's your point.
[quote][p][bold]donkus[/bold] wrote: clearly you have nothing better to do them come on here and talk down to people and before you judge someone take a step back and look at yourself. its like the old saying when point the finger there are three pointing back[/p][/quote]Very good saying I like it. I also stand by what I wrote. So what's your point. the wall
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1:02pm Tue 26 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

@the wall.. “If you want to judge, judge yourself first and become a better person, and never point a finger at someone before checking your hand is squeaky clean.”
@the wall.. “If you want to judge, judge yourself first and become a better person, and never point a finger at someone before checking your hand is squeaky clean.” Inspirationalady28
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2:38pm Tue 26 Feb 13

babyheart says...

thank you for your nice comments i dont take much notice of the wall i have seen him on meany sites on web and never had a good word to say about anyone but the old saying is it takes all kinds to make the world go around and his insults to say rude comments is when he does close his eyes he only sees his own reflection stareing back at him most prob doesnt have to meany freinds and its the only way he has any communication with anyone so im letting him not feel so alone chatting rubish most prob making his day thanks again for comments
thank you for your nice comments i dont take much notice of the wall i have seen him on meany sites on web and never had a good word to say about anyone but the old saying is it takes all kinds to make the world go around and his insults to say rude comments is when he does close his eyes he only sees his own reflection stareing back at him most prob doesnt have to meany freinds and its the only way he has any communication with anyone so im letting him not feel so alone chatting rubish most prob making his day thanks again for comments babyheart
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2:59pm Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

Really? Do tell me what other sites I post on under this name ?

Come on put up or shut up!
Really? Do tell me what other sites I post on under this name ? Come on put up or shut up! the wall
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3:32pm Tue 26 Feb 13

babyheart says...

thank you for your nice comments i dont take much notice of the wall i have seen him on meany sites on web and never had a good word to say about anyone but the old saying is it takes all kinds to make the world go around and his insults to say rude comments is when he does close his eyes he only sees his own reflection stareing back at him most prob doesnt have to meany freinds and its the only way he has any communication with anyone so im letting him not feel so alone chatting rubish most prob making his day thanks again for comments
thank you for your nice comments i dont take much notice of the wall i have seen him on meany sites on web and never had a good word to say about anyone but the old saying is it takes all kinds to make the world go around and his insults to say rude comments is when he does close his eyes he only sees his own reflection stareing back at him most prob doesnt have to meany freinds and its the only way he has any communication with anyone so im letting him not feel so alone chatting rubish most prob making his day thanks again for comments babyheart
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3:35pm Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

babyheart wrote:
thank you for your nice comments i dont take much notice of the wall i have seen him on meany sites on web and never had a good word to say about anyone but the old saying is it takes all kinds to make the world go around and his insults to say rude comments is when he does close his eyes he only sees his own reflection stareing back at him most prob doesnt have to meany freinds and its the only way he has any communication with anyone so im letting him not feel so alone chatting rubish most prob making his day thanks again for comments
What tha an echo?


Do tell me what other sites I post on under this name ?

Come on put up or shut up!”
[quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: thank you for your nice comments i dont take much notice of the wall i have seen him on meany sites on web and never had a good word to say about anyone but the old saying is it takes all kinds to make the world go around and his insults to say rude comments is when he does close his eyes he only sees his own reflection stareing back at him most prob doesnt have to meany freinds and its the only way he has any communication with anyone so im letting him not feel so alone chatting rubish most prob making his day thanks again for comments[/p][/quote]What tha an echo? Do tell me what other sites I post on under this name ? Come on put up or shut up!” the wall
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4:31pm Tue 26 Feb 13

babyheart says...

to the wall as i said i feel as i have returned your comments for the past week and fed your habit of feeding of been insulting to others isnt it time you got a life and found one of your other sites to go on i dont want to waste my time speaking to someone that is so uncareing to others as i said lonesome must be sad so i do feel for you have a great eavning and a happy life doing what you do best
to the wall as i said i feel as i have returned your comments for the past week and fed your habit of feeding of been insulting to others isnt it time you got a life and found one of your other sites to go on i dont want to waste my time speaking to someone that is so uncareing to others as i said lonesome must be sad so i do feel for you have a great eavning and a happy life doing what you do best babyheart
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4:47pm Tue 26 Feb 13

banjo8 says...

What's the point in leaving perecttly reasonable comments if some over-sensitive PC-minded flunky is going to remove them for no good reason?
What's the point in leaving perecttly reasonable comments if some over-sensitive PC-minded flunky is going to remove them for no good reason? banjo8
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5:32pm Tue 26 Feb 13

the wall says...

babyheart wrote:
to the wall as i said i feel as i have returned your comments for the past week and fed your habit of feeding of been insulting to others isnt it time you got a life and found one of your other sites to go on i dont want to waste my time speaking to someone that is so uncareing to others as i said lonesome must be sad so i do feel for you have a great eavning and a happy life doing what you do best
OK so you haven't got any evidence of me on other sites then? Didn't think you would have, as you were lying.
[quote][p][bold]babyheart[/bold] wrote: to the wall as i said i feel as i have returned your comments for the past week and fed your habit of feeding of been insulting to others isnt it time you got a life and found one of your other sites to go on i dont want to waste my time speaking to someone that is so uncareing to others as i said lonesome must be sad so i do feel for you have a great eavning and a happy life doing what you do best[/p][/quote]OK so you haven't got any evidence of me on other sites then? Didn't think you would have, as you were lying. the wall
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6:38pm Tue 26 Feb 13

Mike Honcho says...

Bleach ! Ever heard of it ? Bleach spray, there's a clue, use it.
Bleach ! Ever heard of it ? Bleach spray, there's a clue, use it. Mike Honcho
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8:15pm Tue 26 Feb 13

toomush2drink says...

Why dont the tenants pay for a firm to come in and give some advice on treatment and the cause ?

Thats what us non council tenants have to do instead of going to the newspapers...
Why dont the tenants pay for a firm to come in and give some advice on treatment and the cause ? Thats what us non council tenants have to do instead of going to the newspapers... toomush2drink
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10:30pm Tue 26 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

toomush2drink wrote:
Why dont the tenants pay for a firm to come in and give some advice on treatment and the cause ?

Thats what us non council tenants have to do instead of going to the newspapers...
I'm a non-council tenant and rent the property I live in which is in a private development, nothing whatsoever to do with the local authority. If this property ever got problems through no fault of my own, then it's down to my Landlord to deal with not me because I pay rent/council tax to live in a house that is fit for human habitation. When you buy a property, it is down to the buyer to have it surveyed to make sure it's structurally safe and sound and that there's no underlying problems. So if these people have a damp/mould problem and they are renting, then it's down to their Landlord/s to sort it, be it private or council!! They are within their rights to withhold payments of rent until such time the Landlords make good the property..but they must pay all monies in full as soon as the work is completed.
[quote][p][bold]toomush2drink[/bold] wrote: Why dont the tenants pay for a firm to come in and give some advice on treatment and the cause ? Thats what us non council tenants have to do instead of going to the newspapers...[/p][/quote]I'm a non-council tenant and rent the property I live in which is in a private development, nothing whatsoever to do with the local authority. If this property ever got problems through no fault of my own, then it's down to my Landlord to deal with not me because I pay rent/council tax to live in a house that is fit for human habitation. When you buy a property, it is down to the buyer to have it surveyed to make sure it's structurally safe and sound and that there's no underlying problems. So if these people have a damp/mould problem and they are renting, then it's down to their Landlord/s to sort it, be it private or council!! They are within their rights to withhold payments of rent until such time the Landlords make good the property..but they must pay all monies in full as soon as the work is completed. Inspirationalady28
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8:48am Wed 27 Feb 13

banjo8 says...

If they've been to the landlord and tried their best to get it sorted the right way then theyve got every right to go to the NS.
If they've been to the landlord and tried their best to get it sorted the right way then theyve got every right to go to the NS. banjo8
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8:50am Wed 27 Feb 13

R_U_Serious says...

jennysullivan2 wrote:
this is my flat they are talking about and if any body new what i was going through or went through you would know as quick as i washed the walls the mould came back ive had the council round i dont know how many times and each time i got told different things they have said there is something going on they have done all different jobs and it doesnt stop it the walls have just been washed down again a couple of days ago and the ceiling is driping once again i have enough living in a place i cant call home for me and my girls it smells and i have had about as much as i can take with keep decorating and replacing things if people are not in that sitaution i dont think you should comment if they dont know what they are going therough.
You say the ceiling is "dripping again". I rent out a flat that had a major damp problem including water dripping off the ceiling to the point we thought the roof must be leaking. We even got a roofer in to check it but he pointed out the water dripping off the ceiling was clean water and a roof leak would be dirty. It turned out the problem causing all the damp and mould was condensation.
The tenant was drying wet clothing over radiators, had blocked up air vents and kept all the internal doors closed. We unblocked air vents, fitted additional vents to the internal doors, advised them against drying clothes on radiators and the problem went away.
Whilst this may not be the cause in your case, most damp problems are caused by the occupants and not the building.
[quote][p][bold]jennysullivan2[/bold] wrote: this is my flat they are talking about and if any body new what i was going through or went through you would know as quick as i washed the walls the mould came back ive had the council round i dont know how many times and each time i got told different things they have said there is something going on they have done all different jobs and it doesnt stop it the walls have just been washed down again a couple of days ago and the ceiling is driping once again i have enough living in a place i cant call home for me and my girls it smells and i have had about as much as i can take with keep decorating and replacing things if people are not in that sitaution i dont think you should comment if they dont know what they are going therough.[/p][/quote]You say the ceiling is "dripping again". I rent out a flat that had a major damp problem including water dripping off the ceiling to the point we thought the roof must be leaking. We even got a roofer in to check it but he pointed out the water dripping off the ceiling was clean water and a roof leak would be dirty. It turned out the problem causing all the damp and mould was condensation. The tenant was drying wet clothing over radiators, had blocked up air vents and kept all the internal doors closed. We unblocked air vents, fitted additional vents to the internal doors, advised them against drying clothes on radiators and the problem went away. Whilst this may not be the cause in your case, most damp problems are caused by the occupants and not the building. R_U_Serious
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9:34am Wed 27 Feb 13

toomush2drink says...

banjo8 wrote:
If they've been to the landlord and tried their best to get it sorted the right way then theyve got every right to go to the NS.
So the newsshopper is a damp control expert ?

If you want to get things sorted get in an expert to provide evidence to back up your case then you easily force them to sort it.

Im with RUSerious on this, a lot of damp is caused by how people live so if this isnt the case getting an independent expert in means it will prove its another problem causing the damp and thus the landlords problem to deal with..

Sometimes you have to accept that to get a happy outcome or get things moving means paying out first and claim it back later.
Its no different for someone who privately owns in a block with damp problems.

You need to identify the real cause of it.
[quote][p][bold]banjo8[/bold] wrote: If they've been to the landlord and tried their best to get it sorted the right way then theyve got every right to go to the NS.[/p][/quote]So the newsshopper is a damp control expert ? If you want to get things sorted get in an expert to provide evidence to back up your case then you easily force them to sort it. Im with RUSerious on this, a lot of damp is caused by how people live so if this isnt the case getting an independent expert in means it will prove its another problem causing the damp and thus the landlords problem to deal with.. Sometimes you have to accept that to get a happy outcome or get things moving means paying out first and claim it back later. Its no different for someone who privately owns in a block with damp problems. You need to identify the real cause of it. toomush2drink
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9:57am Wed 27 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

To the people who have any kind of problem like this which is becoming a nuisance or health problem, contact your local environmental health department if you've not already done so because no one should have to live like this.
To the people who have any kind of problem like this which is becoming a nuisance or health problem, contact your local environmental health department if you've not already done so because no one should have to live like this. Inspirationalady28
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10:15am Wed 27 Feb 13

banjo8 says...

I said that if they'd tried their best to get it sorted they had every right to go to NS. Trying their best includes all these courses of action - landlord, experts on damp. If after that they have no joy then approach the newspaper. the publicity means they will get more action, you can't deny that.
I said that if they'd tried their best to get it sorted they had every right to go to NS. Trying their best includes all these courses of action - landlord, experts on damp. If after that they have no joy then approach the newspaper. the publicity means they will get more action, you can't deny that. banjo8
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10:24am Wed 27 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

If you read and understood what jennysullivan2 said, then she had every right to contact NS...she doesn't need anyone's permission!!
If you read and understood what jennysullivan2 said, then she had every right to contact NS...she doesn't need anyone's permission!! Inspirationalady28
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12:35pm Wed 27 Feb 13

banjo8 says...

I wasn't saying she needed permission. I think you misread what i said. It's just that some people go running to newspapers before they try to do anything for themselves. Some people, not this person, won't do anything for themsleves.
I wasn't saying she needed permission. I think you misread what i said. It's just that some people go running to newspapers before they try to do anything for themselves. Some people, not this person, won't do anything for themsleves. banjo8
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3:32pm Wed 27 Feb 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

banjo8 wrote:
I wasn't saying she needed permission. I think you misread what i said. It's just that some people go running to newspapers before they try to do anything for themselves. Some people, not this person, won't do anything for themsleves.
I'm not saying you did..I was speaking in general! I understood what you said.
[quote][p][bold]banjo8[/bold] wrote: I wasn't saying she needed permission. I think you misread what i said. It's just that some people go running to newspapers before they try to do anything for themselves. Some people, not this person, won't do anything for themsleves.[/p][/quote]I'm not saying you did..I was speaking in general! I understood what you said. Inspirationalady28
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