Local government and housing minister, Kevin Stewart MSP, with John Blackwood (Scottish Association of Landlords), Elspeth Boyle (Landlord Accreditation Scotland), Mark Reid (CIH Scotland) and first graduates from LETWELL training programme. Photo Credit: Claire Young The first letting agents to hav
Annie Mauger The Chartered Institute of Housing in Scotland (CIH Scotland) has welcomed the publication of new guidance on registration of letting agents ahead of the new code of practice coming into force next year.
South Ayrshire Council has launched a training scheme to help educate private landlords on a number of key topics in the sector. The course is being developed in partnership with Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS) and advises landlords on best practice, including making sure tenants live in safe
Letting agents from across Scotland will today start signing up to a new programme of compliance with government regulations with the aim of raising standards and driving rogue operators out of the market. Developed by Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS) and the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH
CIH Scotland director Annie Mauger and Landlord Accreditation Scotland chair John Blackwood mark launch of new ‘Let Well’ programme at the CIH Scotland Annual Conference A new best practice training programme has been launched for letting agents in Scotland’s private rented housing sector.
Landlord Accreditation Scotland (LAS) in partnership with West Lothian Council is offering a free seminar for private landlords who are registered with the local authority. To be held at West Lothian Civic Centre on Thursday 20 August at 1.30pm the event will cover: