Tag: landlords

Hundreds of landlords yet to sign up for licensing scheme

Hundreds of private landlords in Beeston Hill are still to register with the mandatory Selective Licensing scheme brought in by the Council over two years ago. The scheme aims to drive up standards and was brought in because local landlords were not joining a voluntary city-wide accreditation scheme. The licence

Landlord licensing scheme launches on Monday

Private landlords in Beeston Hill have until Monday (6 January 2020) to register for Leeds City Council’s new Selective Licensing Scheme, or face a fine. The scheme has been introduced to improve the quality of housing. The licence covers issues such as gas and electrical safety, making sure fire alarms

Targeting housing standards in Holbeck

A range of agencies made their way to the Recreations in Holbeck today (24 March 2015) to talk to residents in the next stage of their work to help landlords improve the area. The Leeds Neighbourhood Approach is an intensive project that has been piloted in Armley and Harehills. As

Private landlords in Holbeck meet to improve the area

Private landlords who manage houses in the Holbeck area are being invited to the area’s first landlords forum to find out how they can work together to improve their community. The first forum will take place later today, Wednesday 4 March 2015 between 6pm and 7:30pm at St Matthew’s Community

Multi-agency operation tackles rogue landlords in Beeston

Leeds City Council, working with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) and other partners across the city, carried out an operation on Dewsbury Road last week as part of a scheme tackling rogue landlords. The multi-agency operation was targeting fire safety, environmental health and standards of accommodation, as well