Oxford launches landlords licence scheme

A compulsory licensing scheme for landlords who rent out private homes in a city has started. – Oxford City Council said it is being rolled out to protect tenants, improve standards and “crack down on rogue landlords”. A five-year licence will cost £480 – or £400 if bought over the next three months – with […]
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