Multiple occupancy homes

What is an HMO?

A House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) is a property which is let to at least three tenants who form more than one household and who share a toilet, bathroom or kitchen facilities.

Information for tenants

The council is responsible for enforcing HMO standards, so if you live in an HMO and feel there are any unreasonable hazards which your private landlord is not dealing with, please report it.

Read our privacy notice which tells you how we use your data.

Please note, you will need to create an account first.

Report private housing conditions online

HMO licences - tenants guide

Your landlord must have a licence for all HMO properties which are occupied by five or more people forming two or more households.

We have produced an HMO licence guide for tenants so that you are aware of the standards and conditions landlords must meet with regards to HMO properties.

HMO licensing register

Use our search to find out if a property has been granted an HMO licence.

This register is updated weekly.

Enter a street name and then select it below.