Bristol City Council’s pass comes after locating a few privately-rented houses in disrepair or hazardous to live in.
Cabinet member Paul Smith said it would value the council approximately £1m 12 months to check out 6,000 residences.
Housing agencies have welcomed the pass, but landlords stated it became costly.
About one 1/3 of houses in Bristol are rented out privately.
An independent survey commissioned through the council, located one in five of the homes had dangers that had been a right away chance to the health or protection of tenants.
The license is being rolled out to 12 wards in principal Bristol and applies to properties being rented with the aid of three or extra folks that are unrelated and need to percentage kitchens and bathrooms.
To date, higher than 4, four hundred licenses had been issued, which the council says has brought about more than 1,800 homes being advanced.
It is issued publish-inspection and lasts for five years. To reap it, as well as the charge, 38 situations want to be met.
Although Bristol City Council announcing landlords have welcomed the scheme, some are getting ready to challenge the license value.
Chair of the Association of Local Landlords in Wessex, Rob Crawford, said: “We are aware there are landlords who are not as exact as others and do want some assist and schooling in presenting the right preferred of accommodation.
“But why ought to appropriate landlords be charged to cope with the one’s problems from rogue landlords?”
He added there was already a reporting device in the area for tenants to report rogue landlords and his institution become challenging the license charge value.