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North Somerset Selective Licencing Judicial Review PART 1 - Time is running out, we need YOUR help ... *PLEASE READ*
03/08/2016
1:54 pm
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! UPDATE !
 
We have today spoken to a prominent solicitors in the process of Judicial Review regarding the selective licensing in Weston super Mare. Having spent an hour on the phone to them, principally the outcome is as follows.
 
Samii, Sharon and I will need to spend circa 3-4 days putting together legal bundles of our case including Affidavits from members as to why they should not be included due to the condition of their property etc and outlining why we believe the Selective Licensing process has been perfunctory from our part and this has to be done within the next 5 days.
 
This bundle will be initially reviewed by the solicitors and Counsel in London (who won the Enfield case) as to our chances of winning an overturn of the Selective Licensing. The good news is that early indications from them is that they certainly believe that we may have grounds because they have not given strict proof to one of the six criteria required to selective license an area but of course they will not give a full review and opinion of the case until they have seen it all.
 
A selective licensing designation may be made if the area to which it relates satisfies one or more of the following conditions. The area is one experiencing:
 
· low housing demand (or is likely to become such an area) – This is simply not the case as we can fill our properties every day 3 times over
· a significant and persistent problem caused by anti-social behaviour – We do not have a persistent or problem caused by anti-social behaviour
· poor property conditions – Not applicable, all my properties are in first class condition as discussed at the meeting 44 out of 44 said they were happy in their accommodation.
· high levels of migration – We do not experience high levels of migration or do we see migrants invading the area indeed, today on the BBC News North Somerset was being berated for not taking any Syrian migrants.
· high level of deprivation – We do not see any deprivation in this area. There is the usual people on benefits but there are no overly apparent boarded up shops and houses.
· high levels of crime – We are not experiencing any high levels of crime, in fact statistics are showing that these have dropped.
 
In considering whether to designate an area for selective licensing on the grounds above on property conditions, migration, deprivation and crime the local housing authority may only make a designation if the area has a high proportion of property in the private rented sector. Nationally the private rented sector currently makes up 19% of the total housing stock in England 11. The actual number of privately rented properties in a given area may be more or less than this, and if it is more than 19%, the area can be considered as having a high proportion of privately rented properties. 19% is the figure as of March 2014. This figure will vary from time to time, so local authorities are strongly advised to consult the latest available English Housing Survey when considering whether an area has a high proportion of privately rented properties. The Council have said that there are 1119 private rented properties in the selective licensing area. This means that in the selective licensing area (properties which are not commercial, HMO’s, Council Owned or hotels or holiday lets) need to total absolute an minimum of 5900 in the selective licensing area. We have applied for the information under the freedom of information act and are awaiting their response.
 
The bottom line is that to take this any further, to consider and build the case to put forward for a judicial review, the cost for the solicitors/barristers/legal fees and disbursements will be around £12-£15,000 (plus VAT) and therefore we would be looking for the group to raise the funds before next week in order to take the case any further. It will cost approximately £20-£25,000 to go ahead with the second part of the Judicial Review, although once they realise we are serious we may not need to raise the second part as we can negotiate with the council on the presentation of our case.
 
If we do this, it will give us the opportunity to prove to the Council that we mean business and hopefully, once we initiate this, we may get them to reconsider this atrocious licensing scheme.
 
Because time is running out very fast to be able to take this matter to Court, it is imperative that any payments are made ASAP and are not just promissory notes as we cannot fight this on promises.
 
Please email sharon@cadoganhouse.co.uk and we will email you back the bank details or paypal details or we can phone you and take it by credit / debit card (but we will lose fees on this so the best way is Bank transfer or cheque or cash into 5 St Margarets Terrace, BS23 1AH.)
 
We will give a daily running total emailed to all the members. Please feel to call me on 0800 9994 994 if you wish to discuss any points. We have not put this on North Somerset Property as we wish to keep this private and have just emailed all members.
 
Do understand that the raising of this money is for non-commercial purposes and without your help us 3 cannot do this alone.
 
Regards
 
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04/08/2016
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Phase 1 – To raise £15,000 to produce case for Selective Licensing Judicial Review.

Our support amount paid currently stands at £1,300 – So many thanks to those of you who have kicked off our fundraising overnight.

As time is of the essence, we aim to raise these funds by next week. So if you would like to donate please get in contact with myself, Boyd Sam (samii@landlordreferencing.co.uk) or Sharon (sharon@cadoganhouse.co.uk) and we will provide you with the bank details and a receipt.

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04/08/2016
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£15,000 divided by 1,119 (potential properties affected by this licensing) = £13.40 each to fund phase 1.
If this licensing goes ahead it’s inevitable that the area I live in will be blanket licensed too.
If paying £13 stops council cretins coming in and nosing around my rented home (that I am perfectly happy with) and prevents my rent increasing in the future, then it’s a no-brainer really!
So (as a North Somerset PRS tenant) I donate £26.80 to the cause. Cool

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05/08/2016
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Our support amount paid currently stands at £2,780, with landlords AND tenants donating to the cause.

As time is of the essence, we aim to raise these funds by next week. So if you would like to donate please get in contact with myself, Samii (samii@landlordreferencing.co.uk / 0800 9994 994) or Sharon (sharon@cadoganhouse.co.uk) and we will provide you with the bank details and a receipt.

Please keep spreading the word, to landlords and tenants alike because we’re all going to be affected if this is allowed to go ahead.

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We’ve now raised 20% of our target! Laugh Please keep donating, we can do this!! Cool

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06/08/2016
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Thanks to everyone for their support, advice and donations towards Phase 1 of the judicial review. An update on the amount raised so far will be available early next week – Have a great weekend Cool
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Following just one month of campaigning, the first Somerset Property Network meeting was held last Thursday for local landlords affected by the Weston-super-Mare selective licensing scheme; concluding that the next step must now be to go to a Judicial Review to try and overturn the decision by North Somerset Council and either abandon or re-run the selective licensing consultation.

A fund was set up (on Weds 3rd August) to take NSC to judicial review and already landlords and tenants (even landlords outside the area) have been donating to the campaign.

Time really is of the essence here – the aim is to raise £12-15,000 for phase 1 by next week (ideally) to be able to go forward; the s.l is due to be enforced from November 2016.

It’s not just this scheme, its all the other things NSC get away with. So even if you don’t have property in this area (Weston Central Ward and Hillside) you will soon be affected with further licensing and more un-necessary bureaucratic red tape ####### …this really will be the tip of the ice-berg if it’s allowed to go through.

This is not just about overturning and re-running the selective licensing consultation, it’s about stopping NSC from making more of the same careless money making ideas that we’ve seen over the past 39 years – they WILL come.

So PLEASE take a stand with us – together we CAN make a difference.

Donation details can be found here: 

https://landlordnews.co.uk/landlords-take-north-somerset-council-judicial-review/Landlord NewsDonations and pledges…

Posted by SJ Boyd-Price on Friday, 5 August 2016

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The summary of the meeting can be found here:http://www.landlordreferencing.co.uk/blog/somerset-property-network-to-take-north-somerset-council-to-judicial-review/

Updates on the campaign can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/SomersetPropertyNetwork/?fref=nf

North Somerset Selective Licensing Designation Survey – If you have btl property in the Central or Hillside area please take part in this quick survey to aid our case: http://ow.ly/Xfo2302ZjY9 (results to follow soon)

Please sign the petition: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/…/landlords-and-tenants-agains… (feel free to leave a comment on why you’re signing it)

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08/08/2016
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Phase 1 – To raise £15,000 to produce case for Selective Licensing Judicial Review.

Our support amount paid currently stands at £3,650.

As time is of the essence, we aim to raise these funds (ideally) by the end of THIS WEEK.
So if you would like to donate please find the full details here:

https://landlordnews.co.uk/landlords-take-north-somerset-council-judicial-review/Landlord NewsDonations and pledges…

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IF WE DON’T GET IT IN TIME, THEN THERE WILL BE NO CASE.

This is not just about overturning and re-running the selective licensing consultation, it’s about stopping NSC from making more of the same careless money making ideas that we’ve seen over the past 39 years.

SO PLEASE TAKE A STAND WITH US – TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Phase 1 – To raise £15,000 to produce case for Selective Licensing Judicial Review.Our support amount paid currently…

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Unfortunately you will NOT raise the funds required for a JR.

LL operate in isolation and don’t want to know about realities.

They adopt an ostrich type mentality

I’m afraid that NSC landlords are going to have to dig deep into their pockets to pay for what is a council tax raising measure.

Out of about 450000 sole trader LL approximately 750 have pledged towards the S24 JR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So you’ve got no chance at getting NSC LL to pledge.

You will need to raise rents to cope with the extra tax.

If you can!?

If you can’t then you will suffer income losses.

It maybe that you have to dip into your own resources to subsidise the tenancy.

Or you will need to sell up.

But whatever happens LL are in for costly times.

Tenants are possibly going to be the biggest sufferers as they face increased rents or eviction.

It seems every council is coming out with these stupid licensing schemes.

08/08/2016
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Wrong Mr Barrett, I’ve talked to NSC landlords today who’ve simply had enough and donated or are going to donate this week.

I hope this money can be raised, as it will send a strong message to the council that they can’t get away with the same old mindless dictatorship we’ve seen over the last 3 decades. We’ve willingly allowed ourselves to be fooled by them for far too long, like lambs to the slaughter. Enough is enough. Come on Weston and the surrounding areas – stand up and be counted !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

08/08/2016
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PaulBarrett said
Unfortunately you will NOT raise the funds required for a JR.

LL operate in isolation and don’t want to know about realities.

They adopt an ostrich type mentality

I’m afraid that NSC landlords are going to have to dig deep into their pockets to pay for what is a council tax raising measure.

Out of about 450000 sole trader LL approximately 750 have pledged towards the S24 JR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So you’ve got no chance at getting NSC LL to pledge.

You will need to raise rents to cope with the extra tax.

If you can!?

If you can’t then you will suffer income losses.

It maybe that you have to dip into your own resources to subsidise the tenancy.

Or you will need to sell up.

But whatever happens LL are in for costly times.

Tenants are possibly going to be the biggest sufferers as they face increased rents or eviction.

It seems every council is coming out with these stupid licensing schemes.

 

This is not just about local ‘LL.

All ‘LL can and should help. LETS DIG DEEP AND HELP OUR FELLOW ‘LL IN W-S-W.

If every ‘LL send £1.00. There would be enough money in the pot by mid-day tomorrow. So let’s do it

09/08/2016
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Yep and if every sole trader LL had sent £1 to the S24 JR fund there would have been about £450000 in the pot. Never happened!

Doubt you will get every LL in NSC area to contribute.

They should but they won’t

Mostly because they don’t know about the issues the same as S24

Or they think it won’t affect them

What should happen is every LL in the UK should pay £1 to a legal fighting fund

Then any LL group that needs to fight a case may use the funding

Will never happen because most LL don’t want to know about other LL

They choose to operate in isolation

LRS has tried to break that mindset with its innovative tenant database

It only has about 450000 tenants on it

There are 9 million tenants in the UK!!!

If every LL was so collegiate why aren’t they all LRS members!?

That would be the most effective way to protect eachother.

Nope LL remain a divided industry which is why S24 will go ahead and so will this NSC licensing scheme.

LL will have to increase rents or if they can’t manage to take the financial hit themselves.

S24 when it starts could just becthe final straw for many LL

Time to start selling up before every other LL does!

09/08/2016
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Unfortunately Paul I have to agree with you. I really hope we can prove you wrong in this case, what with Ealing’s doing it, Peterborough’s doing it and its just going to become nationwide soon.

09/08/2016
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This morning our support amount paid currently stands at £4,325; 28%

I’m going to see John Penrose this Friday, but if we haven’t raised the money by then I’ll be apologising for wasting his time !
OUR DEADLINE IS FRIDAY 12/08/2016 !!!

Nothing is going to change unless we raise this money TOGETHER. There are 1200 properties within the selective licensing area, so my question is WHO ARE THESE LANDLORDS AND WHY AREN’T THEY DONATING? DOES ANYONE HERE KNOW AT LEAST ONE OTHER LANDLORD? Please add them into the group and explain that even if they’re not within this licensing area other areas WILL BE NEXT.

FRIDAY IS THE DEADLINE PEOPLE, SO LETS GET MOVING!

Donation details:
Account Name: Cadogan House Investment Properties Limited
Bank: Lloyds
Sort code: 30-99-51
Account number: 47268968
Cheques: ACCEPTED
Cash: ACCEPTED (5 St Margarets Terrace, WSM, BS23 1AH)
Telephone payments: NOT AVAILABLE.
We will provide receipts via email once your payment has cleared.

Further information on the solicitors and the case:

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION **Just to clarify:● The name of the solicitors is Blandy and Blandy: http://www.blandy.co.uk ● This…

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Read our first Somerset Property Network meeting summary:
http://www.landlordreferencing.co.uk/…/north-somerset-sele…/

North Somerset Selective Licensing Designation Survey – If you have btl property in the Central or Hillside area please take part in this quick survey to aid our case: http://ow.ly/Xfo2302ZjY9 (results to follow soon)

Please sign the petition: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/…/landlords-and-tenants-agains… (feel free to leave a comment on why you’re signing it)

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Paul Routledge said
Unfortunately Paul I have to agree with you. I really hope we can prove you wrong in this case, what with Ealing’s doing it, Peterborough’s doing it and its just going to become nationwide soon.

I’m sure the LRS methodologies are the ways to garner LL to be aware of each other.

The NLA and RLA have few members

About 80000 in total.

There are 2 million LL!!!

Could LRS afford some BOGOFF referencing deals to encourage reluctant LL.

Such that it would attract media and google attention.

I reckon once LL have experienced the LRS way few LL will return to their previous referencing circumstances.

The main thing is to get these reluctant LL through the welcoming LRS door.

LRS could then easily mass communicate issues like S24 and local licensing.

I reckon many LL would pay a £1 per property for a legal fighting fund.

I would even though I am currently not affected by local licensing.

But I want to know lots of other LL are contributing.

I would willingly pay a £1 to fight these licensing schemes.

We need lots of small contributions.

There are enough LL that could make £1 contributions 

2 million LL

£1 each

Enough to fight many schemes and other iniquities imposed on LL.

How can we get every LL to pay £1 to a fighting fund?

LRS networking I believe is one proven way to get LL to communicate with each other.

Somehow we need to get funding to fight all these silly schemes etc.

Perhaps offer membership for a £1

That attracts media attention.

But LL will use LRS services

Perhaps every LL joining could be asked if they would contribute a £1 towards a legal fighting fund for stuff.

10/08/2016
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Paul B

Have you not considered donating to this cause and asked other landlords in your area to help as well.

All Landlords Assocations in the country should be helping as well because if we all help it will send a very strong message that landlords are willing to stand together and fight all future licencing schemes.

The days of landlords working on their own are long gone and the sooner all LL wake up and aknowlege this fact the sooner we can improve the PRS and not leave it to the councils to do.

Joining LRS and upload your tenants will also help to keep us safer as well.

Paul R don’t give up because if you fail the the rest of us have no chance.

10/08/2016
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This morning our support amount paid (towards Phase 1) currently stands at £4,675; 31%

Can I ask the group a serious question – am I banging my head against a brick wall here?

At the moment circa 1% of landlords affected in this area have donated to the fund (which includes a £1,000 donation from myself and Sharon) – so does that mean 99% of landlords in this area think the scheme is OK, and they’re happy to pay £320 per unit and no longer have the power to refuse entry to their properties?…

You’re voting with your wallet here. Our deadline is this Friday, so please get behind our campaign as we cannot fight this alone.

Donation details:
Account Name: Cadogan House Investment Properties Limited
Bank: Lloyds
Sort code: 30-99-51
Account number: 47268968
Cheques: ACCEPTED
Cash: ACCEPTED (5 St Margarets Terrace, WSM, BS23 1AH)
Telephone payments: NOT AVAILABLE.
We will provide receipts via email once your payment has cleared.

Further information on the solicitors and the case:

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION **Just to clarify:● The name of the solicitors is Blandy and Blandy: http://www.blandy.co.uk ● This…

Posted by Paul Routledge on Monday, 8 August 2016

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Read our first Somerset Property Network meeting summary:
http://www.landlordreferencing.co.uk/…/north-somerset-sele…/

North Somerset Selective Licensing Designation Survey – If you have btl property in the Central or Hillside area please take part in this quick survey to aid our case: http://ow.ly/Xfo2302ZjY9 (results to follow soon)

Please sign the petition: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/…/landlords-and-tenants-agains… (feel free to leave a comment on why you’re signing it)

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lister14 said
Paul B

Have you not considered donating to this cause and asked other landlords in your area to help as well.

All Landlords Assocations in the country should be helping as well because if we all help it will send a very strong message that landlords are willing to stand together and fight all future licencing schemes.

The days of landlords working on their own are long gone and the sooner all LL wake up and aknowlege this fact the sooner we can improve the PRS and not leave it to the councils to do.

Joining LRS and upload your tenants will also help to keep us safer as well.

Paul R don’t give up because if you fail the the rest of us have no chance.

I have pledged twice now towards the S24 JR which is far more important to me.

Licensing fees spread over 5 years are minimal

The upfront cost though would be burdensome

I am a little LL and will have sufficient surplus to pay any licensing fees.

I will be having an IR reduction soon as I have a tracker mortgage.

The reduction will more than pay for the fees.

As yet I don’t have licensing in my area.

Because my properties are in nice areas I doubt licensing will occur.

If 99% of LL in the NSC area can’t be bothered to contribute towards a legal fighting fund why should I!?

It is my contention that eventually all rental properties will be licensed.

It will be a gradual council by council process.

The ability to increase taxes is just too irresistible for councils.

They can do so under the guise of eradicating rogue LL etc.

We all know this is twaddle , but it plays well with the local electorate and no local voter will be concerned about LL being hit with licensing fees

The tenants are mostly too stupid to understand that licensing will mean their rents increasing to pay for the licensing fees.

There is just insufficient involvement by LL in their industry which is why councils will be successful in rolling out these stupid licensing schemes.

I guarantee to you that the NSC will be successful in rolling out licensing and so NSC LL will need to find the monies to cough up with what are licensing taxes.

I’d also add I don’t know any other LL in my area.

How would I know them!?

Can’t see the LA here giving me LL details.

Personally I would have no issue in any LRS LL member contacting me 

But I know of no way how to contact other LL in my area.

It is only via the LRS referencing process that LL may come into contact with previous LL

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11/08/2016
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Page 10 of this week’s Weston, Worle & Somerset Mercury:

Fundraising target for area’s landlords network

A group of Weston landlords, which is taking North Somerset Council to court over a licensing scheme, says it needs to raise between £12,000 and £15,000 to make the legal action possible.
   The Somerset Property Network is taking the council to a judicial review over its plans to introduce a mandatory landlord licensing scheme in November for landlords who have properties in Weston town centre. This means landlords will have to pay £320 per property for a five-year licence, if the property is located in Central ward or part of Hillside ward.
   Landlords who do not meet the council’s benchmark standard could be taken to court once the licensing scheme comes into effect.
   However, the Somerset Property Network – which is formed of landlords – say the scheme unfairly targets those who keep their properties in good order.
   The network now says it needs to raise money for the first phase of the judicial review and must meet its target by the end of this week, in order to fight the plans.
   Search for Somerset Property network on Facebook to donate.

If you’d like to donate here are the details:
Account Name: Cadogan House Investment Properties Limited
Bank: Lloyds
Sort code: 30-99-51
Account number: 47268968
Cheques: ACCEPTED
Cash: ACCEPTED (5 St Margarets Terrace, WSM, BS23 1AH)
Telephone payments: NOT AVAILABLE.
We will provide receipts via email once your payment has cleared.

Further information on the solicitors and the case:

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION **Just to clarify:● The name of the solicitors is Blandy and Blandy: http://www.blandy.co.uk ● This…

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