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House in Multiple Occupation (HMO's)

What is a HMO?

HMO means a house in multiple occupation as defined by sections 254 to 259, Housing Act 2004 and it applies to a wide range of housing types and includes:

  • A building or a part of a building, which consists of one or more units of living accommodation not consisting of a self-contained flats or flats;
  • The living accommodation is occupied by persons who do not form a single household;
  • Where two or more of the households who occupy the living accommodation share one or more basic amenities or the living accommodation is lacking in one or more basic amenities;
  • Buildings converted into self-contained flats if more than one third of the flats are tenanted and the conversion does not comply with Building Regulations 1991 or subsequent Building Regulations. See sections 254-257 of the Act.

For further detailed information relating to what is a HMO, please refer to useful links

 

 

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