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Nottingham City Councils Executive Board update- Selective & HMO Addtional licensing

Nottingham City Councils Executive Board update- Selective & HMO Addtional licensing

The cost burden to the Private Rented Sector in Nottingham will be significant as landlords and agents will not be able to absorb all the costs associated with these schemes as part of the cost of running their business. Regrettably, landlords will be left with little choice other than to impose above inflationary rent increases across the City as a way of recouping some of these costs back.


Selective Licensing, Nottingham- The Story updated and the possible issues arising from the scheme

Selective Licensing, Nottingham- The Story updated and the possible issues arising from the scheme


Selective Licensing conditions

Selective Licensing conditions


EMPO Christmas Meal 2017

EMPO Christmas Meal 2017

This years EMPO Christmas Meal will be held at the Hand and Heart on Wednesday 20th December 2017


EMPO News articles

EMPO News articles

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Nottingham’s Citywide Selective Licensing Scheme meeting- Thursday 23rd March 2017

Nottingham’s Citywide Selective Licensing Scheme meeting- Thursday 23rd March 2017

Does Nottingham City Council really need to punish 000’s of tenants across the city, for the actions of the inconsiderate few?


Selective Licensing- Sutton in Ashfield/Stanton Hill

Selective Licensing- Sutton in Ashfield/Stanton Hill


EMPO Messenger-December 2016

EMPO Messenger-December 2016

EMPO’s tenancy agreements have been updated to include the following clause to help ensure compliance to the Immigration Act 2014


Selective Licensing-Nottingham

Selective Licensing-Nottingham

The scheme if sanctioned by the Secretary of State for CLG will mean the licensing of 26,250 rental properties across Nottingham City. (In other words every rental property which is not already licensed under HMO licensing)


Recent regulatory updates

Recent regulatory updates

The Immigration Act 2016 will from the 1st December make it a criminal offence not to comply with Right to Rent legislation.