Upset residents have demanded that a housing association fixes their faulty heating system after suffering through the cold for two years.

Residents of about 20 properties in Castlerigg Way, Maidenbower in Crawley claim they are paying up to £2,000 a year in electricity bills, despite not having any proper heating.

The properties are managed by Affinity Sutton, one of the largest providers of social housing in the UK. The residents claim that commercial boiler repairs have not been performed in the properties since they were built almost two years ago.

Kirsty Phelps, 24, has suffered from a lack of heating since moving into her property in March 2010.

She said: “My daughter suffers from bronchitis and the lack of proper heating is making it worse.

“It’s been an absolute nightmare. There was no heating when it snowed, and when there is heating it isn’t hot enough. It’s ridiculous. You can’t live like this with small children.”

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Source: ThisisSussex