Fri 12 Sep 2014
Serious implications for managing agents and landlords
- There is a case in the High Court against Enfield Council
- On Monday 15 September 2014 we will be holding a second information meeting for landlords and agents
- We need your support if this campaign is going to win. Come and find out more or contact us if you want to help.
By popular demand, we are holding a second information meeting for landlords and agents at 4.30 pm on Monday 15 September 2014 at Trios Banqueting Suite, 248 Green Lanes, London N13 5TU.
Please click on the link below to register if you are coming, so that we can provide enough seats and refreshments. Bring your friends too! Register, forward this on and share it.
The Licence Conditions make both the landlord and their managing agent jointly responsible for the licence, and for the behaviour of tenants.
The fit and proper person test means that any housing offence by you or anyone you know could bar you from holding a licence. (Yes, this could put you out of business.)
A breach of a licence condition can result in a £5,000 fine and a criminal record.
Non-registration can result in a £20,000 fine and a criminal record. The licensing scheme starts on 1 April 2015.
The licence will allow the Council to inspect a property at any time, without prior notice.
More information at looseminute.com/enfield
Any questions? Email us: CALLEnfield@gmail.com
A High Court judge will hear the application for judicial review on Thursday 2 October 2014, at the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand.
The start time is to be confirmed. Landlords and agents are welcome to attend to show their support. We will send out more details when we have a start time.
"Thank you to the maintenance team at Anthony Webb! Your contractor is so great. Such a nice and kind person. Every time he does some work at my property he protects all the furniture and the carpet from the damage and he makes sure that won’t leave any mess behind. He’s a credit to your company. "