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SUMMARY OF EXAMPLES Hazard 1 Damp and Mould Growth

No.Source+Property Date
Stoeys/LocationProperty TypeSummary InformationHazardLinks
1IDeA1949First FloorBedsitThe hazard relates to mould growth in the shared bathrooms that have no space heating and broken mechanical extractor fans.HExample 1
converted into 4
flats in 1970s
Ground FloorFlatThere is constant, often severe, dampness in most areas of the flat due to various causes including missing pointing, a partially blocked rainwater down pipe and a lack of an effective dampproof course. There is also mould in the principal roomsBExample 2
3CLG1960s2/3rd FloorMaisonetteThere is severe mould growth in the bathroom and to a lesser extent in one of the bedrooms. There is a risk of causing or exacerbating asthma and other respiatory illnessesAExample 3
4CLGVictorianTop FloorFlatThe rear main wall is severely affected by dampness and dampness has penetrated the rear attic room. The severe dampness and mould growth means there isa high likelihood of upper respiatory tract infections BExample 4
2 bedroom
 End of Terrace House
The living room and second bedroom are both affected by penetrating damp and associated mould growth. The kitchen is affected by damp caused mainly by condensation.BExample 5
6CLG1930sGround and first floor4 Bedroomed detached HouseDebris against the house and building up the garden to just above the damp course has resulted in serious rising damp in one room H+Example 6

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