House in multiple occupation licence
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Planning for a HMO?Are you looking to achieve the maximum amount of HMO rooms to rent, then we have the service for you. At Pro Arkitects – Design & Build Experts, our Architectural Design team can achieve the maximum number of HMO rooms, increase the size of those rooms and also provide a high standard of multi-let accommodation with en-suite facilities. Luckily for you, we have the skills to help you get what you need. Having completed over 500 projects including all types of property conversions in Article 4 Direction HMO areas and conservation areas in the South East of England. We are here to help you build your multi-let property with little effort. Our team of experienced Architectural designers and technologists will produce your HMO planning drawings and will ensure the design gives you the most profitable layout of your property according to the HMO planning policies and regulations. Our team can then assist in submitting these drawings to your local authority to gain HMO Planning Permission.
What is a HMO?A house in multiple occupation (HMO) is a property rented out by at least 3 people who are not from 1 ‘household’ (for example a family) but share facilities like the bathroom and kitchen. It’s sometimes called a ‘house share’.
Do i need planning permission for a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO)?
If you’re planning to rent your property to tenants who will be sharing the same kitchen and bathroom, you need to know the key essentials of applying for Planning Permission for Houses in Multiple Occupation, known as HMOs. It’s equally crucial to be aware of the required legal procedures regarding HMOs in order to avoid any fines of up to £20,000.
The regulations for General Permitted Development Order (GDPO) were amended on 1 October 2010. The permitted development rights give permission for change of use between two use classes, from a C3 Dwelling House to a C4 HMO (House in Multiple Occupation), subject to certain limits and conditions.
If you’re passionate about HMOs and property investments, a beginner or an experienced HMO landlord, we can help you understand the fundamentals of HMO planning permission requirements and how to convert your house into a multi-let with certainty