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Five London rogue landlords fined £5,000 each after HMO investigations

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Five Greenwich landlords have been handed £5,000 fines for failing to license their HMOs. Council officers uncovered damp, mould,...

LATEST: MPs green-light proposed HMO Bill including greater powers for local...

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A new Bill aiming to protect vulnerable HMO tenants has been introduced that will bring significant changes to the way HMOs are...

Ipswich duo fined £6,726 over shocking HMO failures

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A landlord and building manager who removed fire alarms from their HMO where too many tenants were living have each been fined...

BREAKING: Poole landlord is second ever to receive banning order

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A rogue landlord in Poole has become the second person in England to be banned from renting out residential properties.

LATEST: Bedford consults on new HMO licensing restrictions

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Landlords in Bedford hoping to convert houses into HMOs are to face a raft of new regulations if the local council gets...

Developer proves councils CAN be challenged successfully over HMO plan rejections

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Bob Panesar's plan to enlarge an HMO in Worcester was rejected by both local and national planning decision makers, but his...

Coronavirus latest: Council approves key property licensing schemes, but without start...

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Islington says that because of Coronavirus it does now know when its new HMO and Selective Licensing schemes will come into...

Exclusive: Brighton says new HMO rules will be among the ‘toughest...

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After a consultation and a green light from the Secretary of State, the city's new property licensing net is set to get...

£89,000 at one HMO! Landlord fines continue despite Coronavirus lock-down

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Magistrates' court in Essex hands down one of largest landlord fines this year after rule-breaking HMO was found in terrible state...

Landlord and his relative fined £40,000 over unlicensed properties in Newport

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Jamshed Rana and Omar Rana must now each pay £20,000 plus costs after being found guilty of operating dangerous and unlicensed HMOs.