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Smoke-free regulations

A guide to the smoking ban in blocks of flats

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Smoke-free regulations

A guide to the smoking ban in blocks of flats

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Posted: 14 / 07 / 2014

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Since 2007 the internal communal areas of block of flats must be smoke-free by law. Residents who do smoke in these areas can be prosecuted and fined up to £200.

In this Advice Note, well take a look at the impact of this on the blocks of flats and residents.

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