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Landlords

Barnet Council recently consulted on an Additional Licensing Scheme. This was approved by the Housing Committee on 1 February and the designation signed on 4 April 2016. This scheme will come into force on 5 July 2016. You can view the Public Notice.

For more information on the consultation for an Additional Licensing Scheme, go to engage.barnet.gov.uk.  


Barnet is a popular place to live, with excellent schools, open spaces and transport links. In 2015, it became the most populated of the London boroughs, so the demand for housing is acute.

We're keen to work on sustaining the quality of the private rented sector by working with good landlords to improve the standard of accommodation in Barnet. Where housing standards are found to be unacceptable the appropriate enforcement action will be taken.

If you're a Barnet Homes tenant, find information which is relevant to you at the Barnet Homes website.


Landlords in Barnet

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Hotpoint fridge freezer - safety notice

The following notice has been issued by the manufacturer:
We have been made aware that the recent fire at Grenfell Tower in west London may have originated in a Hotpoint branded fridge freezer, manufactured between March 2006 and July 2009, model numbers FF175BP (white) and FF175BG (graphite). Please visit the Hotpoint website to register for updates

Decent Home Grants (for landlords)

Landlords of privately let properties with vulnerable tenants, for example, those in receipt of disability or income related benefits, may be eligible to apply for a Decent Homes Grant to improve their property. Grant aid of up to £2,000 per unit of accommodation is available in relation to properties where a Category One hazards exist or where the property is poorly insulated or has an inefficient heating systems.

Landlords may apply irrespective of whether enforcement action is being considered by the council. The grant would be repayable if the property were sold within ten years of the date of completion or if the property were to lie vacant for a period of time. Grant aided improvements may only be carried out with the agreement of the current occupier(s). For more information please contact careandrepair@barnet.gov.uk or telephone 0208 359 7440.

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