Every owner is legally responsible for maintaining their buildings and keeping them in a safe condition.
If a building or structure has become dangerous to the public, we will seek to ensure that the danger is removed by insisting that repairs are carried out, the danger is removed and the building made safe or that the building or structure is demolished.
We will treat any report of a dangerous structure with the urgency that they deserve and will investigate all reports of dangerous structures within 24 hours.
The legislation that provides us with the powers to enforce action against dangerous structures refers to any building or structure that could cause damage or injury to a passer by as a result of its condition or potential collapse.
For a copy of the LCCC Dangerous Structures Policy, please CLICK HERE
Reporting a Dangerous Structure
Please provide us with details of the location of any building or structure that you feel might pose a danger to the general public by emailing us at email@example.com or phoning us on 028 9244 7300.
Please provide us with the following information when reporting a dangerous structure:
- Your name
- Your telephone number
- Property location
- Address of the dangerous structure
- Description of how the building/structure is deemed dangerous
- Property owner's details (if known), inclusing a contact number