Although dangerous buildings are mostly a matter for building control departments to deal with, the Public Protection Partnership (PPP) may be able to assist with privately rented lived-in properties or derelict properties that pose a hazard to tenants or visitors of those properties. For details on dangerous buildings click here.
Where a building requires boarding up or securing, the service may enforce upon the owner of the property that this is carried out where the building is a risk to the public.
What do I do if I consider other structures to be dangerous?
You will need to contact the local building control service. The links below will take you to the relevant pages for building control services where you can get advice.