Housing in Multiple Occupation (HMO)
Temporary Exemption Notices (TEN)
You will be able to apply for a TEN if you are new to HMO's and Licences or even if you are a new Landlord. You can apply for a TEN which will last for 3 months. You can apply for an additional TEN for another 3 months. After your second TEN you will need to either apply to get a full HMO Licence or not get a Licence at all.
Keep in mind that if you choose not to get a Licence then you CANNOT operate your property as a HMO.
If you don’t require a HMO Licence straight away, then applying for a TEN would be beneficial. If your property has a TEN on it, then you will not have to apply for a full licence when your second TEN expires.
If you apply for a TEN and we refuse it then we will provide you with a reason as to why it was not approved, an option to appeal the decision and the period in which you are able to appeal.
Pages in "Housing in Multiple Occupation (HMO)"
- What is a HMO?
- HMO Licence Fee's
- Apply for a HMO Licence
- Does my HMO need a Licence?
- How do I get a HMO Licence?
- How long will it take?
- What should I expect?
- What happens If I am not a Fit and Proper Person?
- What about Non-Licensable HMO's?
- Can you refuse me a Licence?
- You are here Temporary Exemption Notices (TEN)
- Can I Appeal the refusal of my Licence?
- Can I apply to have my Licence Varied?
- What are the Conditions attached to the Licence?
- What happens if I don't Licence my HMO?
- What Standards do I need to Maintain in a HMO?
- Licensable HMO Room Sizes
- The Management Regulations
- What are Amenity Standards?
- What are the Duties of Tenants?
- Tenant Fees Act
- Fire safety in HMO’s
- Waste collection in HMO's