Licensing in your area

Over the past few years, we have seen a rise in the number of local councils introducing licensing schemes, throughout England and Wales. Licensing schemes increase your business costs and put unnecessary burden on the majority of compliant landlords. .

To find out more about what licensing means and how it can affect you , including a picture of licensing activity near you, click on the map below.

NLA Licensing Report

In response to member concerns about the impact and effectiveness of landlord licensing schemes throughout England, the National Landlords Association produced a report detailing findings of researh undertaken by the NLA into the spread of discretionary schemes, trends in their application and the cost to landlords, tenants and the local authorities themselves. 

Click here to access the report

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