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Certain types of privately rented properties require a licence to operate in Southwark.
There are three types of licenses for three types of property. These are:
Mandatory licensing for houses in multiple occupation that are:
- Three or more storeys high; and
- Have five or more people in two or more households; and
- Share amenities such as bathrooms, toilets and cooking facilities
Additional licensing for all houses in multiple occupation that don't fall into the definition provided above.
See licensing houses or flats in multiple occupation below for more information on both of these licensing schemes.
Selective licensing for privately rented properties that are let to single individuals, or families, in specific areas of the borough.
See licensing houses or flats in single occupation below for more information.
Click here to view the public notices for the designation of Selective and Additional Licensing in the borough.