HMO licence waiting
HMO Licensing

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10 years ago
Just to update you.

Paid for mandatory licence on 4 floors of HMO (bedsits plus self contained flat) in north London August 2011. This followed many initial meetings with the council started in around 2005 to discuss what work was needed.

Had full inspection Oct 2011 when the council officer expressed surprise at how much work we had already done,this took about 4 hours.
Was told she would come back in 6 months max to tell us what other work needed to be carried out as they change their rules.

Finally was contacted yesterday,officer is returning to the property to do a small check.This means more work,but hopefully we will finally be issued with a licence.


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