A Dutch firm has pledged to tackle Cardiff’s “rising” squatting problem by recruiting guardians to live in the city’s empty properties.

Ad Hoc Property Management hope to “deter squatters, thieves and vandals” by arranging for tenants to move into empty non-residential buildings.

The company charges the owners of the properties a nominal fee for the service and the “guardians” a monthly rent of between £120 and £450.

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