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Inverness HMO license to be discussed


By Scott Maclennan

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An application has been made by MacIver Properties for the renewal of its license for a house of multiple occupancy (HMO) on Inverness High Street.

The plan is to continue the HMO on the first floor of Eildon House, which can house a maximum of 10 residents.

Highland Council’s licensing committee will discuss it tomorrow.

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, Police Scotland, or Highland Council’s environmental health, building standards, planning or housing services have not objected.

Determining the application involves assessing its location, condition, amenities, the number of people likely to stay there, whether any rooms have been subdivided or adapted and the safety and security of persons likely to occupy it as well as the possibility of undue public nuisance.

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