11:06 AM, 21st June 2022, About 3 months ago 40
I have received a letter today from a Letting Agent:
“We have been in discussion with Liverpool Council regarding the issuing of licenses under their new Selective Licensing Scheme. We have had a number of applications rejected on the basis that the landlord is not the most appropriate person to hold the licence. Instead, the Council have advised that the managing agent is the most appropriate person to hold the licence and therefore applications must be made in the name of the managing agent.
A number of landlords have made applications direct and received the same rejection and response. We have also been advised that if a licence application is rejected the initial application fee may be forfeit.”
The letter goes on to say ”the council will not grant licenses unless they are in the name of the managing agent”.
Does anyone know what is happening here, please?
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