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HMO crackdown: Bristol broadsides landlords with tighter planning rules

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

Clamp-down on illegal HMOs continues with £14,000 fine

Three months after launching one of the most stringent HMO licensing rules in the UK, Brighton & Hove council has now secured...

Yet another council pushes for HMO licensing extension despite local landlord...

Cardiff Council is determined to extend its additional licensing scheme despite strong opposition from the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA) and local...

Westminster Council launches snooping tool for private tenants

The London borough’s initiative is designed to help it identify rogue landlords and gives its housing standards taskforce more clout to enforce...

No more tenant chasing? Free platform aims to make HMOs a...

A radical HMO management platform and home finding site has been launched to let landlords self-manage properties automatically without using letting agents.

‘Lockdown has been a been a kick in the teeth’

Leading residential HMO landlord, hotel operator and property expert Jimmy London reveals the challenges his businesses have faced during the Coronavirus...

HMO mortgage market ‘on verge of disappearing’ as lenders pause products

LandlordZONE has canvassed many of the key lenders and brokers and discovered that the specialist needs of HMO lending – including...

Birmingham introduces city-wide HMO restrictions

Article 4 direction: Birmingham City Council is introducing a city-wide direction for houses in multiple occupation (HMOs) from 8 June 2020.

Wembley landlord fined £25,500 for overcrowded property in Kilburn

Rogue landlord: Landlord Salah Ali was ordered to pay a £25,500 fine by Willesden Magistrates after he removed part of...

Section 21 – serving EPCs for HMO tenants?

Court Case: With all the additional prescribed requirements introduced for assured shorthold tenancies of late, there is something of...