Deadline approaching for landlords to apply to scheme

Housing landlords who own or manage residential property in any of the borough’s six Selective Licensing areas are being urged to apply for their licence before the end of the month.

 


Deadline approaching for landlords to apply to scheme

Housing NewsHousing landlords who own or manage residential property in any of the borough’s six Selective Licensing areas are being urged to apply for their licence before the end of the month.

The new 2020 -2025 Selective Licensing scheme, which came into force in May, offered an extension for applications to be submitted until the end of October, to assist with the impact of the pandemic. This extension expires on the 31 October 2020. Licenses from previous licences schemes are not valid. 

The scheme is targeted at improving areas which have been identified as requiring a range of help from the Council and partners, including the police, to improve the quality of life for residents. The areas covered include parts of central Rotherham, Masbrough, Eastwood, Maltby South East, Dinnington, Thurcroft and Parkgate.

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