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Responsible dog owners - irresponsible Councils

hobbo Plus
7 1.2k 2 England
27 Aug 2012 4:18PM
Tobacco smoke is said to be a real danger to the health.............if you live in social housing then I suggest you ask your landlord to visit.

If you live in a private house, then I still think that a request for a visit from an environmental health officer wouldn't come amiss........that neighbour is affecting your day to day living.

I sympathise fully, I detest smoking, having lost seven members of my extended family through throat and lung cancer and heart attacks.


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jancookie 6 26 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2012 4:25PM
'Domestic smells aren't covered by Environmental Health, unless it's caused by a build up of rubbish leading to a vermin infestation.'

Even if this particular smell- the smoke - is a health hazard?
Fishnet 13 5.0k 5 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2012 4:48PM
In all honesty I don't even know what could be done about it, it seeps in through the floorboards and walls etc, these houses are over 100 years old and have all sorts of gaps.

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