NOTTINGHAM MAGISTRATES' COURT TO HEAR CASE OF DIRECTOR OF COMPANIES RENTING PROPERTIES IN THE CITY WITHOUT LICENCES
On Wednesday 30 March 2022, Peter Hennessy, Nottingham Post Senior Journalist, reported that the case of the director of four different companies, which it is alleged illegally rented out six properties in the city, will be heard by Nottingham Magistrates' Court in June 2022. The director has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.
Director of 4 companies denies illegally renting out HMOs in Nottingham
He pleaded not guilty to all of the charges
The director of four different companies has denied illegally renting out six properties in Nottingham. The companies have been taken to Nottingham Magistrates' Court by Nottingham City Council and are alleged to have rented out houses of multiple occupation [HMOs] while not properly licensed to do so.
Huntingdon Properties 3 Limited is accused of managing an HMO on Belper Road between February 9 and October 12 last year without a proper license. Meanwhile, Khmaba Properties 2 Limited is alleged to have had control of a HMO on Oakland Street with such a license, between August 2 and October 12, 2021.
Another company, Cross Country Partners 3 Limited, is accused of running two properties in Burford Road while not properly licensed, one from September 15 2020 until October 1 the next year and the other from November 19, 2020 until October 12, 2021. It is also alleged to have done the same concerning a property in Gladstone Street, this time from March 26 last year until October 5, 2021.
Finally, Bura Properties Limited is accused of managing an HMO from 30 July 2021 to October 31 in Alfreton Road, without proper licensing.
The director, who runs all of the companies, pleaded not guilty to each of the charges. The case will be heard at Nottingham Magistrates' Court on June 8 this year.