Do I need a license?
HMO Licensing

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12 years ago

I have a property converted legally to 2 x 2 bedroom flats. The house is 2 stories high, no loft conversion.

The individual flats about have since been converted to the following:

2 x 1 Bed Flats - first floor
2 x 1 Bed Flat, and 1 Studio Flat - ground floor

First floor occupied by two unrelated single people in their own flat. Boiler shared (housed in communal hallway part of flat).

Ground floor occupied by 6 people.
1 x husband and wife (ground floor 1 bed flat)
1 x mother and son (ground floor 1 bed flat)
2 x husband and wife (studio)

Boiler shared (housed in separate outside garage - part of original ground floor flat, but now not rented as part of the flat).

Is a Boiler considered a shared amenity for the purpose of HMO.
Is this a HMO? Do I need a License?

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