NRLA Licensing Support powered by Kamma

The NRLA have teamed up with Kamma to offer you this exciting and exclusive benefit as part of your membership. As Property Licensing continues to get more complex across the UK and with record fines being handed out to non-compliant landlords and letting agents, the NRLA have teamed up with Kamma to offer you a comprehensive licensing support service as part of your membership.

Use our free service to see if your property needs a licence

Are you at risk?

Non-compliance with any of the UK’s 500+ separate licensing schemes leaves you exposed to:

  • Civil penalties from your council of up to £30 000 per offence
  • Rent repayment orders allowing tenants to reclaim 12 months of rent
  • Improvement notices causing void periods while you carry out mandated works to the property
  • Banning orders preventing you from renting out residential accommodation

How can Licensing Support powered by Kamma help?

Save time and resources spent checking websites, calling councils and filling out licence application forms. With Kamma, everything is made simple to protect you from the ever-changing legislation of property licensing. Our technology takes care of monitoring your property for licensing compliance and our application service takes on the work of dealing with the council, so that you have more time for real life. 

Kamma Application Service Fees

Application type  Total  
HMO Licence (Mandatory or Additional)  £415 
Selective Licence  £230


Property Licensing Update - December 2021

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Property Licensing Update - November 2021

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Don’t just take our word for it...

Kamma has helped us stand out from other agencies because we’ve been able to be more prepared and that means that we can make our landlords more prepared. We’ve been able to stand out purely by being the best at compliance in our area.

Ellie Donaghy, Head of Lettings, Andrews Property Group

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