Thursday 18th July 2019, 10am-2pm
At the EMPO Office on Lenton Boulevard
Specialised Selective Licensing Surgery
On 1st August 2018 Nottingham City Council introduced their Selective licensing scheme covering over 30,000 rental properties. Landlords with property under the remit of Nottingham City Council are now required to obtain a licence in order to continue letting to tenants. Shortly after this, on 1st September 2018, Gedling Borough Council also introduced a scheme covering the Netherfield area.
Selective licensing is used as a means to tackle rogue landlords in areas that councils feel were being neglected. But as local councils continue to crack down on rogue landlords, even the most compliant of landlords are being hit with new policies that are making compliance more difficult to understand.
With penalty notices of up to £30,000, unlimited fines and 12 month rent repayment orders for those who don’t comply.
What do you need to know about Selective Licensing?
Come and talk to George Carling,
Regulatory Compliance Officer for Selective Licensing
from Nottingham City Council
to help you with any information or
advice you may need…