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How much is a TV license for a holiday let?

How much is a TV license for a holiday let?

First things first: what exactly is a TV license, and why do you need one for your holiday rental? In the UK, a TV license is a legal requirement for anyone who watches or records live television. This includes not only traditional TV sets but also laptops, tablets, and smartphones. If you’re renting out a holiday home, you’ll need a separate TV license for each property, regardless of whether you’re the one using the TV or not.

So, how much does a TV license cost for a holiday let? The good news is that the cost is the same as for any other non-commercial property, which is currently £159 per year, which covers up to 15 units/homes on a single site. If you have more than 15 homes, there is an additional fee per 5 homes. It’s important to note that this fee only covers the use of live television. If you or your guests plan to watch on-demand services like Netflix or Amazon Prime, you’ll need a separate subscription for each service. If a public road, highway or railway divides your premises, you will need to have a licence for each location.

You will also need a separate TV licence for your if your let adjoins your home and is self-contained. Now that we’ve covered TV licenses, let’s move on to some other interesting questions you may have when starting your holiday let business.

TV license for holiday lets in the UK

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