The SWeLT Scheme has been set up to assist Private Sector Landlords, Tenants and Owners across the 3 districts of Sedgemoor, Taunton Deane and West Somerset.
This new scheme is a partnership between Councils and agencies who offer private sector landlords, tenants and owners unique access to a range of local housing products, services and support.
SWeLT services are free and specialist teams are on hand to offer you personal advice and support covering a wide range of housing topics.
- our commitment to improve the service to you.
The website will ensure that useful information is updated on a regular basis. We will also advise you of enhancements to our exciting range of incentives such as the Bond Deposit Scheme, Grants which help landlords bring properties back into use or up to a Decent Homes Standard, plus details of a new Management Service which guarantees a rental income.
We hope you find the information useful and if you would like to speak to one of our teams or have a query regarding a private sector issue, please feel free to contact us on 0300 303 7794 or email us on SWELT@sedgemoor.gov.uk .Calls to our 0300 numbers will cost 3 pence per minute, plus your telephone provider's access charge, which varies from provider to provider. Please check with your service provider to confirm their charge.
Chairman SWeLT Board
The latest issue of the SWeLT newsletter is here. Previously we sent out printed versions of our newsletter. Moving forward we have made the change to e-newsletters, we hope this will make them up to date, relevant and more environmentally friendly.
New HMO rules around licensing have been on the horizon for months now, with a lot of speculation around what sort of changes will be made to the current HMO mandatory licensing requirements.
It finally looks like the government have agreed to changes and we now await for exactly what the new HMO regulations will look like, and when they'll come into effect.
See leaflet for further information and contact details
New measures to crack down on bad practices, stamp out overcrowding and improve standards for those renting in the private sector.
Rogue landlords have been put on notice as government has announced today (28 December 2017) a raft of new measures to crack down on bad practices, stamp out overcrowding and improve standards for those renting in the private sector.
For all the latest news on the EDF Hinkley Point C development, click here - www.edfenergy.com/hinkleypointc
The Government have provided guidance on Universal Credit and what it means for Landlords and tenants, please follow the link below.
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Thank you so much for all you have done for him. It's a great outcome and we very much appreciate it
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