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  • Buy-to-Let

    Successful intervention by RLA in Gt Yarmouth



    Landlords in Great Yarmouth can now apply for licences directly from the council, following pressure from the RLA.

    Great Yarmouth Borough Council is now accepting and processing licence applications via its website for the new selective licensing scheme in parts of the town’s Nelson ward.

    The news comes after the RLA, which objected to the introduction of the scheme, wrote to the local authority asking for clarification surrounding the use of a landlord support service run by a third-party delivery partner.

    The association wanted assurances that landlords would still have the option of applying for licences directly from the council, something which has now been confirmed.

    John Stewart, RLA policy manager said: “We objected to the scheme itself, and while we are disappointed the council has opted to move ahead with it, we are pleased to confirm landlords do have the option to apply for licences through the council.”

    The scheme comes into effect on January 7 next year and will run for five years.

    The new licences cost from £515, with discounts available for members of accreditation schemes and early applications.

    To access the online application form click here.

    The council has a Frequently Asked Questions section on its website, which can be accessed here.

    The RLA is Property Tribes' partner association and our members can enjoy a 25% discount off the membership fee. 

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