Selective licensing

Rogue landlords pay the penalty


A rogue landlord who failed to carry out adequate gas and fire safety checks has been fined more than £2,000.

6 August 2018

New Selective Licensing scheme targets rogue landlords


Tenants are starting to see improvements to their homes as Rotherham Council moves forward with its Selective Licensing scheme.

15 December 2015

Selective licensing scheme launched in Rotherham


A new licensing scheme, geared to driving up the standards of privately rented accommodation in Rotherham, is going ahead after a judge dismissed a legal challenge.

15 May 2015

Licensing scheme for private rented sector


Landlords who own property in certain parts of Rotherham are to be the subject of a new licensing scheme in an effort to drive up the standards of rented accommodation.

18 December 2014

Areas subject to selective licensing

Rotherham has four areas where selective licensing applies to private landlords. The designations came into force on 1 May 2015 and will last for 5 years.

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Benefits of selective licensing

Penalties for unlicensed landlords

Properties that do not need a licence

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