House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Conversion in Kingston upon Thames, SW London and Surrey
House in multiple occupation (HMO) is when three or more unrelated people live in a property and share facilities such as a WC, Bathroom, Kitchen, Dining Room or Living Room. For example, the property could be a house, flat or maisonette, and all tenants could be on one or separate tenancy agreement. In addition, a household can be defined as members of the same family. For example, a couple and a friend are seen as an HMO.
All Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) must meet fire, amenities and facilities standards.
Furthermore, to be sure the means of escape are protected, the property must have an early warning in the event of a fire.
Also, there are sufficient amenities for the number of occupiers, and the property is not overcrowded and is in good repair.
Snow White Builders have a long experience with Houses in multiple occupations (HMO) conversions.
We can help you with all the materials builders must use to meet the local council standards.
Also, we know the building regulations required by the local authorities.
However, all paperwork, applications and licensing are obligations of the landlord.
They have to apply to the local council for an HMO licence and pay a fee. Depending on the number of storeys in the property, the fee is payable per room available for letting. You can check all requirements in the local council for Kingston upon Thames; please follow the link: House in multiple occupation (HMO) Kingston upon Thames.
Our builder’s team comprises highly trained professionals with experience in HMO conversion.
We are trying to provide only the finest to our customers – the exceptional quality of our services,
our experienced builders, and our top-notch customer services. We take care of it all!
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