Proposed licence conditions: suggestions for other conditions
7% of respondents feel parking/ car ownership conditions should be included in the additional licensing scheme
Other suggestions include further restrictions on anti-social behaviour and noise from tenants (6%), as well as restrictions on the number of/ location of HMOs and student rentals in Portsmouth (5%)
Are there any conditions not currently proposed that you would like to see included? If so, why?
Base: Total sample (885)
This table shows the most common themes around conditions respondents would like to see included and why:
7% of respondents suggest parking/ car ownership conditions
6% of respondents suggest further restrictions on anti-social behaviour and noise from tenants
5% of respondents suggest restrictions on number of/location of HMOs and student rentals
3% of respondents suggest upkeep of exteriors and standards of external spaces
2% of respondents suggest complaint processes for neighbours and communities
1% of respondents suggest conditions to protect neighbours and communities
1% of respondents suggest equal restrictions across all properties (not just HMOs)
10% of respondents give other suggestions
61% of respondents give no suggestions
Responses (showing key themes)
Parking/ car ownership conditions
Further restrictions on anti-social behaviour and noise from tenants
Restrictions on number of/ location of HMOs and student rentals
Upkeep of exteriors and standards of external spaces
Complaint processes for neighbours, tenants and landlords
Conditions to protect neighbours and communities
Equal restrictions across all properties (not just HMOs)
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