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I currently own a property which has been converted to provide a self contained flat at lower ground floor level with a three storey house above. The Flat is occupied by a single tenant on AST. The house is currently share between 3 individuals in which they have access to share kitchen facilties, bathroom and toilet facilties ( albeit there are 2 bathrooms/toilets in the house). The purpose of my query is that should a fourth tenant be placed into the 3 storey house - would this then fall into the mandatory licensing regime ?.
I am unclear wether the occupation of a self contained flat on the lower ground floor would be taken into consideration in agreggating the number of occupants in the house. For what worth, the house and flat are completely separtely billed for council tax, utility bills etc. I would appreciate a response

14/12/2006 00:00

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