From October 1st 2018, the rules around HMO licensing have changed to further protect tenants from poor living conditions.

Any landlord who lets a property to 5 or more people, from 2 or more separate households, must be licensed by their local housing authority. These changes will enable Councils to take greater action on those landlords renting out sub-standard and overcrowded homes, affecting approximately 160,000 houses in multiple occupation (HMOs).

How we can help
In line with the changes to HMO, we have further enhanced our licensing capability enabling full management of the HMO licensing process from application to issue, including ongoing administration, and enforcement of any licensing schemes. At Tascomi we are committed to the ongoing development of our solutions based on customer feedback and legislative requirements.

What can it manage?
New Applications: HMO Mandatory, HMO Additional, Selective
Renewals
Exemptions
Variations
Landlord Registrations

Key features
Dynamic configuration of online application forms
Complex fee structures, including discounts
Fully customisable communications module
Integrated management of enforcement activities including inspections, requests for service, notices and prosecutions
User customisable business processes and licence processing
Standardised processes, conditions, and licence templates
Integration with e-Payment providers

This new functionality will further enhance our fully hosted, cloud based Tascomi Public Protection solution. Developed in partnership with Local Authorities to deliver cost savings, reduced administration and flexible working for Council Staff.

Interested?
To find out more and book a quick online webinar of Tascomi Public Protection, including HMO licensing, email moc.imocsatnull@ofni.