Public register licenses issued
We keep a register of all licences that we’ve granted, as well as all temporary exemption notices we’ve made, as well as all approved temporary exemption notices (see Exemptions section 4).
If you suspect a property is a HMO and it is not listed on our public register you can use the link below to report it.
When you are granted your licence there are conditions that you will need to meet to keep the licences valid.
The conditions will be attached to your licence when you complete your online application.
We can ask to see evidence you meet these conditions at any time during the length of your licence period.
If your property is a HMO, you are also advised to familiarise yourself with all other legislative requirements in relation to HMO management including The Management of Houses in Multiple Occupation (England) Regulations 2006.
You should also read guidance for landlords on electrical safety standards in the private rented sector published in June 2020.
Please be aware that you may be liable to prosecution or a financial penalty if you fail to comply with a licence condition or if you breach a management regulation.