Does the property I live in need an HMO License?

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    Does the property I live in need an HMO License?

    Hi there,

    I am a tenant in a Victorian house in the London Borough of Brent. It has 3 floors, Ground, 1st and 2nd. On each floor there is a self-contained flat each with a couple or family living there. To me this sounds like an HMO Lic would be needed...

    However, the ground floor property's Landlord is different to the Landlord of the 1st and 2nd floors. The Landlord of the ground floor flat is the mother of the Landlord of the 1st and 2nd floor flats.

    Does the fact that there are 2 separate Landlords change the need for an HMO License?

    Any help much appreciated as I haven't found answers in any of the documents I have read.

    #2
    This doesn't sound to me to be a licensable HMO because
    1) The properties are self contained
    2) There are less than 5 family units in the building

    However, if you call your local councils HMO officer, they will be able to clarify the matter, and give help/guidance if it does indeed need a HMO license.

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