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HEFTY fines of £5,000 will be dished out to landlords and tenants of shared homes that fail to put out rubbish correctly, Portsmouth City Council has decided.

At a housing meeting this week councillors approved the penalties which will affect houses of multiple occupancy (HMOs) in the city.

As a result the fine will increase by more than 8,000 per cent from its previous cost of £60. It will be issued if residents are found leaving waste in forecourts, in the streets or in neighbours' front gardens, and both landlords and tenants can be penalised.

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Portsmouth Evening News

 

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