CONSULTATION ON LICENSING PRIVATE RENTED PROPERTY IN ENFIELD
Enfield Council is consulting on a proposal to introduce two new private rented property licensing schemes.
The consultation will finish at midnight on 29 November 2019. To complete the online survey, please click here.
The two proposed schemes have been designed to improve the conditions of private rented property, reduce anti-social behaviour and introduce landlord property management standards and tenancy practices.
The Council is proposing to introduce the following licensing schemes:
1. The first proposed scheme is for Selective Licensing, which would operate in the following thirteen wards: Bowes, Edmonton Green, Enfield Highway, Enfield Lock, Haselbury, Jubilee, Lower Edmonton, Palmers Green, Ponders End, Southbury, Southgate Green, Turkey Street and Upper Edmonton;
A further proposed selective licensing scheme, would operate in Chase ward.
2. A second proposed scheme is for Additional Licensing for Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) which will apply to the whole borough.
Please find below the supporting documents, for information on the proposed private rented property licensing schemes:
Have Your Say
There are a number of ways in which you can have your say on the proposals. These include the online questionnaire, feedback form or public meetings.
Please read the supporting consultation documents carefully before providing your feedback. You can also read the full Evidence Pack for more detailed information.
Online questionnaire: To complete the online questionnaire, please click here.
Feedback form: To provide more detailed feedback, please click here.
Public meetings: We have now finished holding a series of public meetings across Enfield, for residents, private rented tenants, landlords and letting agents to learn more about the proposed private rented sector property licensing schemes and ask questions.
If you require any further help with the consultation or wish to receive a paper copy of the survey or are having difficulty accessing the information, please contact Karen Etheridge at M·E·L Research by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0800 0730 348.