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HMO Renewal Application Proposal

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  1. This is the online form for the renewal of an HMO licence. If you are applying for a new HMO licence you will need to complete the online proposal for an HMO licence.

    Please be aware that in order to complete the form you will require the following information:
    • Details (including name, address, phone number, and email address) for the following people:
      • You, the Applicant
      • Proposed Licence Holder
      • Proposed Manager
      • Owner / Joint owners
      • Long Term Tenant(s) / Leaseholder(s)
      • Any other parties willing to be bound by the conditions of the licence
      • Mortgage Provider(s), including a customer reference or account number
      You must have informed each person of your intention to apply for an HMO licence before submitting your application. You will be asked to provide the date on which you (the applicant) informed them. Please allow 15-20 minutes to complete this form. You cannot save the application. We will send you a copy of all information submitted

      Note: Each HMO licence must be listed in the Register of Licences, which is available for inspection by members of the public at all reasonable times.

      The following details will appear:
      • Name and address of the Licence Holder
      • Name and address of the Manager
      • Address of the licensed HMO
      • A short description of the HMO including the number of storeys, rooms and amenities
      • A summary of the Licence Conditions
      • The maximum number of persons or households permitted to occupy the HMO
      This is outlined in Section 232(1)(a) of the Housing Act 2004 and SI 2006 No 373 Reg11.
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