One of Liverpool’s largest property managers has been fined more than £10,000 for allowing student tenants to live in a rat-infested property which also had a host of fire hazards.
A managing agent has been hit with a total bill of almost £4,000 and a criminal record after pleading guilty at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court to renting out 12 private sector properties without a compulsory licence.
A landlord has been hit with a total bill of over £22,000 after being found guilty at Liverpool Magistrates Court for managing 25 properties without a compulsory licence.
A Liverpool landlord has been hit with a total bill of almost £1,300 after being found guilty at magistrates court of managing a property without a compulsory licence.
Liverpool City Council has secured an emergency closure of privately rented flats due to serious concerns over fire safety.
An unlicensed landlord in Liverpool has been fined almost £10,000 by a District Judge
A landlord who refused to sign up to Liverpool’s Landlord Licensing scheme, despite a legal notice being served, has been fined.
Liverpool City Council has signed a ground-breaking partnership with three organisations representing letting agents and landlords to help drive up standards in the private rented sector
Private sector tenants can now search online to see if their landlord has applied for their property to be part of the city’s Landlord Licensing scheme
Assistant Mayor, Councillor Ann O’Byrne, writes about the difference that Liverpool’s landlord licensing scheme will make to tenants and the quality of housing in the city