Prosecutions And Fines For HMO Landlords

Prosecutions And Fines For HMO Landlords

A round up of recent HMO prosecutions and fines. Father and son landlords Sabbir and Asif Veshima were fined £750 for failing to licence an overcrowded house in multiple occupation (HMO) where 11 people were living. Magistrates at Stroud, Gloucestershire, heard that...
Courts Crack Down On Bad Landlords

Courts Crack Down On Bad Landlords

Landlords who have ignored house in multiple occupation (HMO) licensing laws have paid out thousands of pounds in fines during recent weeks. In most cases, the landlords have had time to address licensing and safety issues, but failed to act. Here are some of the...

LB Enfield Additional and Selective Licensing Designation Held Unlawful

On 1 April 2010, the Secretary of State issued a general approval to all local housing authorities in England in relation to the designation of areas for additional or selective licensing under the Housing Act 2004. The approval is conditional that any consultation...