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Adam Willett
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An HMO is any property where there are 2 or more households (a household is a group of related people (a chain of relationships is OK, rather than direct so 2 brothers and their wives are one household even though there is no direct relationship between the wives)) consisting of 3 or more people. A mandatory licensable HMO is an HMO with 5 or more people. An additional licesable HMO is an HMO which meets the conditions the council set out in their notice. I'm ignoring section 257 HMOs in this. For example, Oxford's criteria are: With effect from the 25th January 2016 Phase 1 of the Scheme applies to: a) Any HMO which is comprised of three storeys and contains three or four occupiers and any HMO which is comprised of two storeys that contain five or more occupiers With effect from the 31st January 2017 Phase 2 of the Scheme also applies to: b) Any HMO which is comprised of two storeys or a single storey that contain three or four occupiers and all self-contained flats that are Houses in Multiple Occupation, irrespective of the number of storeys, but, so far as concerns section 257 Houses in Multiple Occupation, limit the designation to those that are mainly or wholly tenanted, Including those with resident landlords. So, if an HMO had 3 or 4 people in it, then it only requires a licence if it's 1-3 storeys. At the time this notice was issued a mandatory licence only required 5+ people and 3+ storeys. This meant a bunglaow HMO with 5 people in it didn't require a licence either.

From: Adam Willett 30 October 2020 19:12 PM

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