Licence and permit applications - HMO licence
Who should apply?Anyone who wants to rent out their property to three or more unrelated individuals.
HMOs include residential accommodation (such as shared flats and houses, hostels and halls of residence) which are the main home for three or more unrelated people.
Remember that even if you don't need a HMO licence but rent out a residential property, you may need to register as a landlord.
* up to 5 persons - £242
* between 6 and 10 persons - £309
* more than 10 persons - £390
* up to 5 persons - £151
* between 6 and 10 persons - £190
* more than 10 persons - £244
- You must ensure that you have the correct planning permission for the premises to be licensed.
- After we receive the application, an Environmental Health Officer and Building Standards Officer will inspect the premises.
- Report will be sought from the Police and the Fire and Rescue Service.