by Mick Roberts
11:28 AM, 12th November 2019, About 2 years ago 2
Email to Dash accreditation list: Licensing is forcing tenants into homelessness.
Linda, Tell Licensing I’d like full refunds please, I don’t want the houses any more.
Tell em I’m in Mexico for a month. All houses running fine. Full access to builder’s. However now licensing is here there is a problem.
Housing Aid, can you start to go round all them houses now, and arrange alternative accommodation for them, because I don’t want the houses any more. I’m only keeping the houses for the tenants, they’ve managed fine for 22 years, now Licensing want some form filling in, there is a problem.
I also want Licensing to advise me about my Mental Health email I sent 3 months ago with no reply, cause I’ve had enough.
Also tell Licensing now they want the extra fee for them houses for ticking a DASH box, I want a full refund for them houses I’m now selling as I have no license nor will it be required.
I’ll ring you soon Linda. Uploading these to DASH. Is that the same process as sending in for EACH house, the EPC, the boiler certificate, insurance etc.? That LICENSING already have?
If so, it’s going to be also easier to sell, because by time I will get round to doing that, it will be about 16 month’s, about the same time Licensing has had so far with my money and not given my tenants the licenses yet.
I can make double if I sell the houses. I’m only keeping them for the tenants.
I’ve only managed to sell 3 in the last 18 months since Licensing, and they’ve been out the licensing area, only cause it’s those tenants who wished to leave.
If I’m selling, and I’m making money, how do you think the Landlord is feeling that’s on the breadline?
As ever Linda, you have bent over backwards to help me and the only Landlords that call DASH are those that get confused thinking you are an arm of the council. If you was in charge of Licensing, I can guarantee, the increase in homeless that Licensing caused would have been MUCH lower.
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