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Various strands - reporting to Head Office location of local unresolved stairwell standards

Reported via desktop anonymously at 03:09, Fri 26 May 2023

Sent to Glasgow City Council less than a minute later. FixMyStreet ref: 4598085.

Escalated to local area 4 weeks ago Currently Unresolved

Escalated to Wheatley group G1 to ensure EH3 premises are kept in better order

Team

To get it fixed The risk of vulnerable people falling is significantly reduced when

There is mitigation

It was reported over a month ago stairwell standards were a concern

Persons urinating in stairwell Followed by persons washing stairwell The wet from.both is a risk

Solution:- Stop the urinating persons and ascertain who is doing it and how frequently

And Stop.the need for wet stairwells

It would appear pre spso pre ico Give them opportunity to put it right week 4 is not working

As attached 25/05/2023

Permission to log it - please Legislation.gov.uk https://www.legislation.gov.uk › sec... Section 47 - Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982 47 Urinating etc. Any person who urinates or defecates in such circumstances as to cause, or to be likely to cause, annoyance to any other

Example United Kingdom Quote

GOV.UK https://www.gov.uk › publications How to rent a safe home 10 Dec 2020 — Your landlord may also be responsible for repairing any communal areas of the building, like stairwells or halls. If the End quote

Quote Watch "22/04/2023 reporting unresolved urinating in stairwell" on YouTube https://youtu.be/ 2NwCL_IrtXw

Watch "22/04/2023 appears urination in stairwell" on YouTube https://youtube.com/ shorts/ 6TWqSEGKeVs?feature=share End quote

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  • Government working with these vulnerable people should be improved The area is 100% evidence of total inequalities

    Someone was urinating in stairwell Putting it on stairwell And at risk to themselves and others As Unresolved week after week

    The old fashioned way of forcing witnesses to keep logs is outdated making vulnerable people suffer even more

    The idea is to educate Stop inappropriate happenings

    And meet duty of care The first role of government is to its citizens

    Quote mygov.scot https://www.mygov.scot › common... Maintenance and repairs in common areas - mygov.scot 22 May 2018 — If you own a flat in a tenement, you usually have a responsibility to help keep 'common areas' in good condition. End quote

    Quote The Defective Premises Act 1972 A landlord must keep a tenanted property safe and free from hazards. The Defective Premises Act 1972 sets out the duties of care a landlord owes a tenant. Landlords have a duty of care to prevent personal injury (to the tenants, their families, and visitors) or damage to property caused by defects in the property. The duty is owed where the landlord is under an obligation to repair or maintain the rented property (or has a right to enter the property to carry out maintenance or repairs). The duty of care under this act is owed if the landlord knows, or should have known, about the repair. This often relates to common areas, as the landlord controls this part of the building, i.e. they should be able to identify repairs themselves, without the tenant informing them. Copyright Checkatrade. Using this information in an article or blog? Please add a link back to https://www.checkatrade.com/ blog/ expert-advice/ landlord-responsibility-common-areas/ End quote

    No copyright intended

    Posted anonymously at 19:47, Sun 4 June 2023

  • It appears there is now a complete need for investigation as the inappropriate activity has led to a loss of life of a person residing in the area which could have been avoided with proper care

    Posted anonymously at 12:21, Fri 16 June 2023

  • Team Sending brochures is fine But each person is a person your team have a duty of care to Repairs teams should not discriminate or harm tenants We need full details of where you have not met standards and why delays caused irreconcilable differences between organisations and institutions

    Posted anonymously at 14:43, Thu 17 August 2023

  • Team We assure you the responses vs brochure standard gaps need proper investigation Government funding vs reality for vulnerable witnesses who are intimidated to accept substandard New persons need to be advised to contain their noise from day1

    Posted anonymously at 19:26, Thu 17 August 2023

  • Update :- New persons need to be aware day 1 To move their mode of transport to rear area and away from nails embedded in area - witnessed

    Sending brochures claiming one thing when witnesses experience something else is unethical

    Escalated to local official as 'extremely concerning'

    Thank you for asking

    Posted anonymously at 15:26, Thu 24 August 2023

  • Update Quote Update :- New persons need to be aware day 1 To move their mode of transport to rear area and away from nails embedded in area - witnessed

    Sending brochures claiming one thing when witnesses experience something else is unethical

    Escalated to local official as 'extremely concerning'

    Thank you for asking End quote

    One week on of eight pre spso Unresolved

    Posted anonymously at 13:47, Thu 31 August 2023

  • To request you risk assess where bikes are chained given issues with leaks, roof works and nails matters

    Posted anonymously at 10:18, Thu 7 September 2023

  • Team To request people already unlawfully intimidated are not discriminated against Quote You also can’t be treated unfairly because:

    You challenged discrimination before of someone else's protected characteristic someone thinks you have a protected characteristic, but you don’t It might not be obvious how the unfair treatment is linked to a protected characteristic. End quote

    Posted anonymously at 11:21, Mon 18 September 2023

  • Team There are various Wheatley Homes but among bought and those doing air b n b To request that postcodes of tenants are not mixed up with others and that dog fouling is not something that has to be raised again Quote The police are also responsible for helping with lost or stray dogs.

    How to report dog fouling Your local council must clear up dog mess from public pavements. You can usually report dog fouling online. Find your local council on mygov.scot.

    It’s an offence for someone in charge of a dog not to remove and dispose of dog poo from public places, like:

    Pavements and roads common passages, closes, courts, stairs, back greens children's play areas recreational or sporting areas. You're not expected to clear up dog mess if you’re a blind person in charge of a guide dog, or if you have a disability that the dog has been trained to assist with and your disability prevents you from clearing the mess. End quote

    On a windy day clothes blowing off line should not land in witnessed and reported dog fouling

    Posted anonymously at 17:33, Wed 20 September 2023

  • Team There are various Wheatley Homes but among bought and those doing air b n b To request that postcodes of tenants are not mixed up with others and that dog fouling is not something that has to be raised again Quote The police are also responsible for helping with lost or stray dogs.

    How to report dog fouling Your local council must clear up dog mess from public pavements. You can usually report dog fouling online. Find your local council on mygov.scot.

    It’s an offence for someone in charge of a dog not to remove and dispose of dog poo from public places, like:

    Pavements and roads common passages, closes, courts, stairs, back greens children's play areas recreational or sporting areas. You're not expected to clear up dog mess if you’re a blind person in charge of a guide dog, or if you have a disability that the dog has been trained to assist with and your disability prevents you from clearing the mess. End quote

    On a windy day clothes blowing off line should not land in witnessed and reported dog fouling

    Posted anonymously at 17:39, Wed 20 September 2023

  • Team Witnessed unethical blocking of public access And mistreatment of car drivers (Various) Quote The Scottish Government www.gov.scot 4.3 Stairs and ramps - Building Standards technical handbook 2017: domestic ... 1 Mar 2017 — A handrail should be fixed at a height of at least 840mm and not more than 1.0m, measured vertically above the pitch line of a flight on a stair ... End quote No copyright intended

    Posted anonymously at 12:46, Thu 21 September 2023

  • Have updated survey Updated Regulator Waiting for accurate information and apologies from many

    Quote FixMyStreet User Survey Thank You! Thank you for taking our survey.

    We'll use this information to help us understand more about the users of FixMyStreet, and feedback into future development and research of the website. End quote

    Posted anonymously at 06:20, Tue 17 October 2023

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