News from Nottingham and the surrounding area.
On Tuesday 6 September 2016, Chris Breese (firstname.lastname@example.org) reported on Nottingham HMO Ltd which was taken to court by Nottingham City Council for breaching HMO management regulations and failing to respond to a notice requesting information with respect to a property on Alfreton Road, Nottingham.
As reported by Rod Malcolm in the Nottingham Post (3 August 2016), the Magistrates' Court has fined 'rogue landlord' Matteo Mariano of Ranmoor Road, Gedling a total of £2681.
The Unipol Code Tribunal has suspended Megaclose from the official student housing accreditation scheme after the agent, claiming to be too busy, failed to do remedial work required by the health and safety elements of the Unipol Code.
A Nottingham landlord, Sukhvinder Singh Swali of Wollaton, has been fined £3,650 after admitting breaches of housing law which put his tenants lives at risk.
Nottingham City Council is to get £151,000 from a £5 million pot announced by Government to continue to tackle rogue landlords.