Croydon Council has this week asked for government approval to renew the borough’s landlord licensing scheme that makes sure privately-let properties meet key housing standards.
Plans to renew the landlord licensing scheme created by Croydon Council to raise standards and conditions in private rented homes across the borough will go to cabinet for approval next week.
Croydon people have one week left to have their say on council plans to renew its scheme that requires privately-let properties to be licensed.
A judge has ordered two private landlords to pay a total of £14,858 for illegally renting out an unlicensed house without working smoke alarms to tenants whose teenage son died after it caught fire.
Croydon residents can give their views from today (Tuesday) on council plans to renew its scheme that requires privately-let properties to be licensed.
Croydon househunters and estate agents will be the country’s first to benefit from a groundbreaking council database to spot dodgy landlords.
With the help of a £15,000 Government grant announced today, Croydon Council will become the first local […]
Private landlords wanting to save hundreds of pounds on a compulsory new licence to let property in Croydon are being reminded to apply before 1 October.
Croydon Council has created the scheme to tackle bad landlords and raise […]
A legal bid to stop Croydon Council’s plans to raise housing standards by licensing private landlords has been unsuccessful in the High Court.
At the Royal Courts of Justice in London on Thursday, Judge the Hon. Sir Stephen […]
Bad private landlords face a clampdown if plans to license them are approved by Croydon Council next week.
Private renting has increased significantly in Croydon recently, with negative consequences including antisocial behaviour and poor-quality homes.
The council’s proposed landlord […]