NLA House of Multiple Occupation (HMO) Course
Skyline House is located on the corner of Union Street and Great Suffolk Street.
There is no onsite parking.
Nearest car park UCP Great Suffolk Street, £20 per day.
We recommend you travel by public transport.
Please be aware you will be subject to the Congestion Charge when driving to the venue.
London Waterloo 0.5 miles
London Waterloo East 0.4 miles
London Blackfriars 0.5 miles (Southbank)
Southwark (Jubilee line) 0.1 miles
Waterloo (Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, Waterloo & City lines) 0.7 miles
Borough (Northern line) 0.5 miles
House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) can look like an attractive market, but they also come with additional requirements and are increasingly subject to more rules and regulations. If you are considering investment or changes to your portfolio or even unsure if you now fall within this category after changes to legislation, let us give you an insight to what is required. Gain an understanding of all the knowledge you will need to plan your business and stay the right side of the legal requirements.
This one-day course is designed to help landlords understand the general regulations and requirements within the HMO market. To assist to plan, research and identify the right market or whether a property will work as an HMO. Look at avoiding the pitfalls and what to do when challenging decisions. We provide practical guidance and tips for HMO landlords to avoid large penalties.
We will guide you through:
- Understanding the complexities of an HMO
- Researching, funding and finding suitable properties
- Identifying the types of licence required
- Pros and Cons of investing in HMO’s
- HMO management and regulations responsibilities
- Avoiding penalties that carry penalties up to £30,000
- Effective management of an HMO
- The process of inspections and enforcement
- How to appeal or apply to vary an order
Specific topics will include:
- Introduction to a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO)
- What is an HMO?
- Locating and sourcing
- Funding and financing
- Mandatory licensing
- Additional and selective licensing
- HMO standards
- The HMO management regulations
- Planning controls
- Understanding the Housing Health and Safety Rating System
- Fire, electrical safety ratings
- Common parts
- Managing orders
- HMO enforcement
- Variations and temporary exemptions
- Appealing a decision