The work of Brent Council's housing fraud team featured on three consecutive recent episodes of BBC1's 'Council House Crackdown.'
Brent on BBC1's Council House Crackdown
In the first episode, aired on 12 October , presenter Michelle Ackerley reveals how Mark Grant from Willesden was found guilty of dishonestly sub-letting his two bedroom Genesis Housing Association tenancy in Melrose Avenue whilst living in Luton, and was ordered by the court to pay over £20,000 for his crime- writes brent.gov.uk.
The second episode included the case of Ingrid Schutz , a woman who illegally sublet her Kilburn council house while living a champagne lifestyle, while the third episode examined the case of Kusheema Nurse , a student who was found guilty of illegally subletting her Stonebridge flat while studying and working in Bristol.
You can view the episodes on BBC iPlayer for up to 30 days after each episode was first aired on BBC1.
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