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Anglesey & HMOs: Additional licences to operate

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Starting from 19th September 2013, Isle of Anglesey County Council has made it a requirement for all homes of multiple occupation (HMOs) must have a licence to operate…

Starting from 19th September 2013, Isle of Anglesey County Council has made it a requirement for all homes of multiple occupation (HMOs) must have a licence to operate.

The entire county of Anglesey is subjected to proposals requiring landlords who run HMOs to comply with additional licensing scheme requirements. The designation will be known as the ‘Isle of Anglesey County Council Additional Licensing of Houses in Multiple Occupation Scheme 2013’.

Landlords are advised to seek guidance from the Isle of Anglesey County Council’s Environmental Health section regarding whether or no their property is subject to the designation.

The scheme is set to run from 19th September 2013 until 18th September 2018 unless revoked before hand.

A letter from the council reads:

“The designation applies to all Houses in Multiple Occupation within the County except those exempted by the relevant sections of the Housing Act 2004.”

A copy of the designation is available for public inspection at the Reception, Environmental Health, Sustainable Development, Isle of Anglesey County Council Llangefni, Anglesey, LL77 7TW.

For more information you can view the letter from Anglesey County Council

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