Birmingham Selective Landlord Licensing

Following in the footsteps of neighbouring cities such as Nottingham, Birmingham City Council have opened applications for the selective licensing scheme. If you haven’t dealt with selective licensing before, it can feel daunting, here at Centrick we have a team of experienced property professionals that already deal with other licensing schemes across the country. So whether you want us to manage your licensing application for you or want advice on how to do it yourself, we're here to help.

Let us take care of your selective licensing

We can collate all documentation specific to the property and tenancy, obtain all necessary block information and documentation from the relevant block management firm where required, carry out a detailed floorplan specific to the licensing requirements and complete the application process for you.

If you’d like us to complete your application for you or if you would like more information, please contact us on 0121 347 6116 or email lettings@centrick.co.uk

Cost charged by Council for license: £700

Cost for Centrick to supply licensing compliant floorplan & full application management: £295 inc VAT

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Everything you need to know about selective licensing

With applications for the selective licensing scheme opening early, we’ve compiled everything you need to know as a landlord. We understand the licensing process can seem confusing and costly, that’s why we’re here to take the stress out of your application. Whether you would like us to handle your application for you, or simply would like more advice, check out our helpful blog for more information.

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Do I need a selective licence?

If you are a landlord with a property at our Birmingham branch, you will most likely require a selective licence. However, if you are with our Solihull branch, we would recommend checking to see if your ward is affected by the scheme. A full list of borough’s can be found here. You can also check your ward is affected with Birmingham City Council.

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