Dennis Leverett

Registered with Property118.com
Thursday 16th March 2017

Trading Status
Sole Owner

Providing essential rental accommodation since
1977

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
Yes

Rating of Broker (1 - 5 where 5 is the highest)
4

Review of Broker
Price and service, moved away one year as to expensive. This is CIA


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 89

Dennis Leverett

22:02 PM, 23rd July 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Brokenshire to stamp out 'poor doors'

Reply to the comment left by Dylan Morris at 23/07/2019 - 22:00
Join the club but as a friend keeps telling me "don't let the old man in"... Read More

Dennis Leverett

21:58 PM, 23rd July 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Brokenshire to stamp out 'poor doors'

Reply to the comment left by Old Mrs Landlord at 23/07/2019 - 21:46
We mustn't worry though cos' Boris will sort it all out. mmm... Read More

Dennis Leverett

12:30 PM, 23rd July 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Brokenshire to stamp out 'poor doors'

Reply to the comment left by Luke P at 23/07/2019 - 11:55
Exactly, I am happy to mix with anyone and do as long as there is respect all round. I can't take my Grandchildren up the local pub for lunch anymore, the language, behaviour and food is bad now and I'm not of an age where I feel safe to speak up, would have done a few years ago. Again, its the same old story, these lefties just don't get it. I bet Polly Neate or Brockenshire wouldn't want to live next door to one of the crims now in our village!!... Read More

Dennis Leverett

11:01 AM, 23rd July 2019
About 4 weeks ago

Brokenshire to stamp out 'poor doors'

A factual observation. I've lived in a lovely small Suffolk village for about 10 years now with a few council houses scattered around. One reason I moved here was because it was as good as crime free and had a good pub. Most of the original old school council house tenants have now passed on, bless them, and the council houses are now being used as emergency housing. In the last year local crime has become a big problem with lots of break ins including attempts at my place and in the past couple of months we have had two police raids, both to council houses with armed police involved, one had 11 police cars parked up the road from me. The other day the police arrived and had to taser one of the tenants who was in the street with a machete wanting to kill his father. The local pub has changed hands three times in the last year and is no longer a pleasant place to go because now used by local yobbo's and their mates. A huge increase in rubbish scattered around and the other day there were 40 odd beer cans in the entrance to one of the bridal paths. All provable crimes have been attributed to these "emergency" tenants who never seem to get locked up but most wearing tags. Two of the families in the council houses are several generation of not interested in working. Who wants to live next door to these kind of people. I was brought up on a small council estate of about 40 houses in the 50's and then everyone helped each other with the odd exception of course and it wasn't a bad life. What's the answer? I have no idea.... Read More

Dennis Leverett

10:01 AM, 20th July 2019
About a month ago

Smart Meters - Beware and advice needed?

Reply to the comment left by Richard at 20/07/2019 - 06:55
The whole point is it was not a gas safety issue in any shape or form, no maybe's, and could have caused a lot of stress to a tenant with no understanding had they have shut down the boiler and a cost to me to have to pay an engineer to re-commission it. My gas engineer tells me he see's this on a regular basis and rarely is there an actual problem. The training is obviously not fit for purpose and meter fitters are just covering their backsides without a care for the consumer. I could have been reported to the LA for renting a house not fit to live in because of the meter fitters actions, it's not good enough!!!... Read More