With the current almost citywide Selective Licensing Scheme due to end in August 2023, Nottingham City Council have this week launched a consultation on what they are calling a 'New' scheme from August 2023. 

The 'New' scheme looks pretty similar to the old one, but a few areas have been trimmed from the map, and fees have changed a little. Unaccredited landlords are proposed to be charged a slightly lower £820 (down from the current £890) whilst accredited landlords will see fees drop to £630. 

An additional level of 'Less Compliant' properties will see fees increased to £1110. 

Read more, and get involved in the consultation here: 

https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/engage-nottingham-hub/open-consultations/selective-licensing/ 

https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/media/3374504/selective-licensing-fees.pdf

https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/media/3374506/draft-designation-map-2023-2028.pdf

Find out what is called as 'Less Compliant' here.. 

https://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/media/3332933/ncc-licence-fee-policy-april-2021.pdf

As in 2018, Granger & Oaks will be keeping clients fully briefed on developments with the scheme and we are already campaigning for better timing with the roll-out of applications so this doesn't again clash with the peak of the summer season.