A First Tier Property Tribunal has criticised Barking and Dagenham Council for failing to support a landlord who mistakenly failed to get a selective licence.
A licensing expert has warned landlords living overseas about the dangers of asking UK-based friends or firms to apply for their selective licence.
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has told MPs that the Government's looming national property portal for landlords won’t diminish the need for selective licencing.
A big NE of England council is considering supplementing its landlord-led scheme with selective licensing in large parts of the town.
A property management company has slammed its local council for charging a student accommodation block nearly £45,000 under the selective licensing scheme.
A landlord leader has backed Southend-on-Sea Council’s crackdown on failing private rented homes.
The mandatory national Property Portal for landlords to be introduced by the Renters (Reform) Bill next year will stop the spread of borough-wide selective licencing schemes, a leading MP has claimed.
A landlord who ignored improvement notices on his two unlicensed properties has been handed a £15,000 fine by magistrates.