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HMO management firm loses appeal against £21,000 penalty for ‘dangerous’ house

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A rogue letting and management firm has been fined more than £21,000 for running a dirty and dangerous HMO.

LATEST: HMO landlord loses Tribunal appeal but wins £6.5k fine reduction

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A rogue landlord has had his appeal thrown out after a first-tier tribunal ruled he had failed to protect tenants’ deposits and...

HMO latest: Landlord pays back £11k to tenants despite claiming it...

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A landlord who tried to evade licensing his HMO by claiming relatives were living in the property has been handed a significant...

Landlord wins landmark £15k compensation after council issues wrong HMO advice

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Worcester City Council has been ordered to pay £15,000 in compensation after it gave a landlord the wrong advice about converting an...

Landlord couple reveal their lucky escape from horror HMO resident

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A landlord couple with properties in London and Southampton have told LandlordZONE how they recently side-stepped the evictions process to eject a...

Council issues highest ever fine of £50,500 to HMO landlord over...

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A borough council has issued its highest ever fine to a landlord after he refused to get a licence for his HMO...

First hefty fine of the New Year slapped on HMO landlord...

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It’s only 13 days into the New Year but Reading Council has already secured a heavy fine for a local landlord, who...

Landlord scores victory over London’s ‘excessive’ bike parking HMO planning rules

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New HMOs in the capital might not have to conform to the draconian one bike space per bedroom rule after a landlord’s...

COVID: Tenants are avoiding shared houses and HMOs, say landlords

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Landlords calling letting agents about property management and tenant services dropped by a third last week with some blaming Covid for a...

HMO crackdown: Bristol broadsides landlords with tighter planning rules

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Bristol aims to curb HMO growth in the city with new regulations that limit numbers where there are already at least 10%...