HMO Conversions

Planning Applications for HMO conversions.

One of the fastest ways to increase the value of your property is to convert it for HMO use (House of multiple occupancy). A well-planned and cleverly designed conversion will massively enhance the value of your property. We can offer creative design tips to assist you in creating the perfect HMO conversion both on budget and on time.

Getting planning permission for your HMO is one of the most important first steps and getting us involved early on will save you a lot of wasted time and money.

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HMO Conversions: Meetings With Environmental Officer

Planning permission is not normally required for a house where it is used:

  • by a single person or by people living together as a family
  • or by not more than six residents who are living together as a single household.

However, life is rarely that simple and a property which is not considered to be an HMO for "planning purposes" may still fall within the definition of an HMO under "housing legislation" so it is important to get expert advice. Landlords looking to create a HMO must ensure they satisfy both Planning and Housing Act requirements.

We can look after the entire process for you or advise you as to the best possible route to ensure you are always operating within the law.


HMO House Conversion Specialists

No two houses are the same and the trick to maximising your rental income is making the best use of the available space. The difference between a good HMO conversion and a bad one can affect your rental value by as much as 40%.

We are experts in ensuring that your HMO conversion not only looks good and works efficiently but that it also massively increases your rental income.

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HMO Licensing Knowledge

A house in multiple occupancy (HMO) is defined as a property that is rented out to at least three people who are not from one household (i.e. family) but share facilities like a common kitchen or bathroom. Before the term HMO was invented this arrangement was often known as a house share.

If you rent out a large HMO you will need a licence which is something we can help you with. So what is the definition of a large HMO? A large HMO is one that is rented to 5 or more people from more than one household, is at least three storeys high and has shared bathroom, kitchen or toilet facilities. The rules vary from council to council and even smaller properties may still require a licence. Again we will be able to advise. The licence is normally valid for 5 years.

Our video guide on how to covert a house to an HMO will save you a lot of time and money

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Single story house extensions, loft extensions, HMO conversions, open-plan kitchens, cinema rooms and home offices. We offer experience, quality and a range of solutions for every budget in Buckinghamshire and the surrounding countys. Call us today on 07551 756279

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