HMO licensing floor plans are one of the integral parts of the licensing of HMO’s. It usually gives an overall indication of the layout of the property. Also it details the dimensions of each and every room of the property. These floor plans also identify the location of heat detectors and smoke along with the fire doors, escape routes, heating system, fire equipment and emergency lighting.
HMO is an abbreviation for house in multiple occupations. This means a part of building or building where more than single household shared and more than one household – or amenity such as toilet, crooking facilities or bathroom occupied by more than one household. However, not self-constrained flats or have converted in to self-contained flats; having at least one third of the flats occupied under smaller tenancies. All this does not meet minimum standard requirements of building regulation of 1991.
Whether you are a private landlords or estate agents, and or applying for new/renewal HMO licensing; then you would need HMO licensing floor plans for local authority application. The said plan sets out the legal framework giving guidance for the house layout, heating, amenities, washing facility, fire safety equipment, and toilet facilities.
When one thinks of applying for HMO license application; following documents are needed:
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