Important - changes to licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO): the Government has extended the Mandatory HMO Licensing Scheme to include more properties. Find out what properties are now included.
Additional HMO licensing in Harringay ward
The Harringay Ward Additional HMO Licensing scheme ended on 30 September 2016.
Landlords are no longer required to license properties under this initiative, however any landlord with an Additional HMO Licence needs to ensure that all conditions of the Licence are met and maintained.
Please be reminded that landlords should be aware of all of their responsibilities for owning such a property and must adhere to all legal standards and local standards for HMO accommodation (PDF, 113KB).
Failing to comply with legal standards is an offence regardless of whether you require a licence or not. If you are found to be non-compliant, legal action may be taken against you.
Please continue to monitor this page, as an update will be provided on the success of the Harringay Ward Additional HMO Licensing Scheme.
Information on the proposed extension to Mandatory HMO Licensing will also be updated on this site.
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