HMO Law and Practice Workshop on 27 March in Norwich

December 23, 2018
David Smith

HMOs are all over the place.  If you rent your property to three or more people who are not related, YOUR property will be an HMO.

And since 1 October 2018 – all HMOs with five or more occupiers who are not related (or who form two or more ‘households’) will need to get a license from the Council.

The penalties for non-compliance are fierce, so it is important, if you rent a property to sharers, that you know what you are doing.

The answer is David Smiths workshop on HMOs.  David is one of the foremost experts in the country on HMO law, he regularly represents landlords on HMO issues in the Courts and he really knows what he is talking about.

Course content

David will be covering the following areas:
 
  • What is an HMO?
  • HMOs and Council Tax
  • Licensing and applying for a license
  • Doing required works to the property
  • The Management Regulations
  • Tenancies, licenses and documentation
  • Managing an HMO, and
  • What to do if it all goes wrong

And he will also be there to answer YOUR questions.

The course fee includes refreshments and David’s extensive notes – almost worth the cost of the workshop on their own!

This workshop is usually oversubscribed so if you want to attend we recommend early booking as places are limited.

You can book your place here.