HMO management regulations

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A House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) is a house that contains three or more unrelated occupants who share basic amenities.

Landlord's who manage HMOs need to ensure that they manage their properties in accordance with regulations.

If they do not, they may be committing an offence and it may also affect their ability to operate as a HMO licence holder.

If you need further information please contact the Housing Standards and Adaptations Team.

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