You can apply to revoke a HMO licence if the property no longer requires a mandatory licence.
- The property is now occupied by a single family
- The number of occupiers is less than five
- The property is to be sold therefore you are no longer the relevant person to hold the licence.
If you are selling the property and it will remain a licensable HMO, the licence cannot be transferred. The new owner must therefore submit a HMO licence application for this property immediately on completion of the sale.