At Kamma we care about cutting through the noise and giving you the latest news and updates on property licensing.
Each month, we give you a full rundown of the latest scheme announcements and property licensing news in the Kamma Property Licensing Update. The start of the year has turned out to be a game changer for property licensing. Local authorities all over the UK have started to realise the benefits that licensing can bring both in terms of improving living standards and safer properties. As a result of this we are seeing more schemes than ever before.
But now as we are entering the second quarter of the year it is not just new licensing schemes that agents need to be wary of. With energy prices soaring and more landlords and tenants struggling to keep up with their energy bills, there is a need for agents to support their landlords to make energy efficiency upgrades to offset the price increase. We detail all of this and more in this month’s edition.
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At Kamma, we understand that property licensing is complex, inconsistent, and ever changing. Our technology and software cuts through that complexity to keep you on top of all the changes with clear and accurate advice. We analyse and sort data to help agents, landlords and surveyors understand the impact of Property Licensing and Planning Permission on their properties and assets. We leverage technology and data to help agents and landlords stay on top of new property licensing schemes and avoid licensing fines.
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The UK is experiencing the worst cost of living crisis in many years and at the same time the government is laying out plans to enforce stricter standards and punishments against rogue landlords. The government has announced that stricter standards are under plan to be brought in to eliminate unsafe and cold rental housing. As […]Read more
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