Campbell Robb is the Chief Executive of Shelter
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One million rented homes in England 'are dangerous'

Exposed electrics, mould and damp are just some of the poor conditions some landlords are allowing their tenants to live with according to the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health.

The organisation has warned those figures are set to rise, citing a lack of social housing, and cuts to housing benefit and legal aid.

Campbell Robb, the Chief Executive of Shelter, told the BBC nobody is taking responsibility for the problem.

  • 05 Feb 2011
  • From the section UK