Monday, 18 December 2017

Club investigated over unlicensed digs

A PRIVATE members’ club in Henley is being investigated for a breach of licensing rules involving two staff houses.

Phyllis Court Club owns the six-bedroom properties in Singers Close and Haywards Close, which are used by its employees but neither is licensed as a house in multiple occupation.

The investigation is being carried out by South Oxfordshire District Council as the licensing authority.

Renting out an unlicensed house in multiple occupation can result in a fine of up to £20,000.

A council spokesman confirmed the properties were not licensed and that the club had submitted applications for licences.

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