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HMO Licence Nottingham – HMO Advice

Complying with HMO Licence Nottingham requirements can be stressful at best and a veritable minefield of confusion, bureaucracy & red tape at worst. HMO Advice Nottingham offer a unique HMO Licence Management Nottingham package that takes the stress out of licence applications.

 

HMO Licence Nottingham

 

Famed for its role in the fascinating legend of Robin Hood, Nottingham is a historic East Midlands city situated 206 km (128 miles) north of London, 72 km (45 miles) north-east of Birmingham and 90 km (56 miles) south-east of Manchester.

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Home to several notable art galleries and museums, entertainment and music venues, Nottingham boasts excellent shopping facilities, a vibrant nightlife and renowned landmarks including, among others, Nottingham Castle, Wollaton Hall & Deer Park, Nottingham Cathedral and the Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem pub, which is said to be one of the strangest and oldest establishments of its kind in England.

 

In addition to several independent schools and numerous 6th form colleges & academies including Bilborough College, the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies and Nottingham College, the city also has two universities, the University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University.

 

Named in 2005 as one of the country’s 6 science cities by Gordon Brown (who was Chancellor of the Exchequer at the time), Nottingham has a thriving economy centring on industries including business & financial services, retail and leisure; life sciences, digital media and low-carbon technologies.

 

The city’s science-based industries include BioCity, a venture founded jointly by Nottingham’s two universities, which houses approximately 80 science-oriented companies and is regarded as the largest centre of bioscience innovation & incubation in the UK.

 

Naturally, this combination of excellent educational establishments and diversity of industries attracts large numbers of professionals seeking employment and students – which in turn generates an ever-increasing demand for shared accommodation opportunities. Landlords offering properties to cater for this demand must invariably comply with HMO Licence Nottingham rules and regulations.

 

HMO Licensing Nottingham

 

In addition to the mandatory licensing requirements, which apply to any property with 5 tenants or more forming more than a single household (learn more: Gov.UK), HMO Licensing Nottingham is also subject to an additional licensing scheme, which:

 

  • Requires landlords of properties within designated areas to apply for licences if said properties are occupied by three unrelated tenants (or more) sharing facilities (i.e. bathrooms and/or kitchens) and
  • Covers purpose-built flats

 

Combined with the city council’s so-called ‘selective licensing’ scheme, which first came into force on the 1st of August 2018, this can make applying for HMO licences in Nottingham a somewhat stressful, utterly confusing undertaking (learn more).

 

HMO Licence Management Nottingham

 

Covering all HMO licensing aspects, HMO Advice Nottingham’s unique HMO Management Package offers cost-effective insights, advice & assistance with:

 

  • Procedures, Commercial Contracts and Tenants Stature
  • Resident Licence Agreements and Deposit Protection

 

Boasting an excellence rating of 100%, we have helped hundreds of HMO landlords succeed in obtaining their HMO licences – stress-free and without getting tangled up in endless red tape. We can help you do the same – find out how by calling us on 0330 1137 267 now.

What is a HMO?

A HMO is basically a ‘house in multiple occupation’. In other words, it is a complete house/flat that is let to 3 tenants or more who are:

  • Forming 2 or more households*
  • Sharing a kitchen, bathroom and/or toilet

*See HERE for more detailed information and a definition of what constitutes a household.

Do I require a HMO Licence?

Whether a HMO licence is required for a property varies between councils and depends on whether your relevant local council operates an additional licensing scheme. Our HMO Guidance Service could be the perfect solution for you. Are you unsure if an HMO license is required? Learn more HERE.

What Happens if I Fail to Apply for a HMO Licence?

Failure to obtain a HMO licence is a punishable offence and may result in prosecution with potentially serious penalties and sanctions. You can find more detailed information on the possible consequences of failing to obtain a licence HERE.

How Can I Get a HMO Licence?

Obtaining a HMO Licence is a 4-step process involving:

  • Assessment of Your Property According to Your Local Authority’s Standards
  • Licence Application
  • Upgrading Your Property Where Required
  • Signing Off

Learn more HERE.

For more detailed information and/or to discuss your specific needs, please do not hesitate to call our representatives on Tel.: 020 3950 8834 today.

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For more advice and assistance, You can find answers to many commonly asked questions on our ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ page.