Harrow Council leader, Cllr Paul Osborn, has vowed to crack down on law breakers that ruin the quality of life for Harrow residents.
People who break the law in Harrow will face the full force of Harrow Council, who are stepping up enforcement measures across the borough.
This includes, but is not limited to, House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO), unauthorised builds, fly-tipping and ‘beds in sheds’ say the Council in a press release issued today.
Cllr Paul Osborn, Leader of the Council said:
“Everyone has a right to decent quality of life. Unfortunately, there are a minority who are flouting the rules and negatively impacting the well-being of others. This is simply not on, and that’s why we will be delivering on our promise to enhance our enforcement strategy so that we can put residents first, go after those breaking the rules and make them pay.
“This is just one of the new Conservative Administration’s priorities to put residents first.”
Other council priorities include a review of regeneration priorities and plans, fly-tipping and street cleaning with free bulky waste collections, limits on tall buildings in Harrow suburbs and treating residents and business as valued customers.
Source: Harrow Council