If you're a landlord you must register with your local council. Find out how to do this and how to get involved in our landlord forum.
Repairing Standard Scotland 2024 - UPDATE
The Scottish Government will introduce new regulations on on 1 March 2024 to upgrade the repairing standard to include:
♦ residual current devices
♦ fuels other than gas and electricity
♦ fixed heating systems
♦ safe access and use of common parts
♦ provision for, and safe access to, a food storage space and a food preparation space
♦ satisfactory locks on common doors in tenements
View the Scottish Government Repairing Standard guidance
Private landlord registration
The law states landlords must register with their local council to make sure landlords and their properties meet certain standards.
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|2023 to 2024|
Letting agent registration
The law states all letting agents must join a register of letting agents.
Private landlord forum
We hold 3 forums a year which are usually in the evening.
Book your place
Rent Service Scotland
Rent Service Scotland collects rental information from a wide variety of sources contributing to a data set which is used to produce statistics for the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The information is also used to set levels of Local Housing Allowance, Universal Credit, valuations for Housing Benefit, registered rents, rent adjudications and Rent Pressure Zones.
If you can share rental information, download the Market Evidence Form and return it to Rent Service Scotland. The information will be held securely in the Rent Service Scotland database and held in line with the current retention policies.
Rent Service Scotland
2nd Floor Endeavour House
1 Greenmarket Dundee DD1 4QB
Phone: 0300 244 7000 (Answer machine only)
Private Sector Leasing Scheme
For anyone who represents a landlord(s) in the East Renfrewshire area with a property to let.
We want to talk to landlords who would be interested in leasing to us to provide temporary accommodation for applicants.
The scheme offers:
- guaranteed rental income
- long lease - potentially three years
- free tenancy management
- no letting agents fees
- property returned in original condition
- no need to interview prospective tenants
- no loss of rent due to empty periods
If you're interested and want to find out more about the scheme, email Julie Campbell on email@example.com who will contact you with further details.
Heat in Buildings Funding
The Heat in Buildings Funding catalogue sets out the different funding options available currently for work to decarbonise and improve energy efficiency. It includes key contacts for each of the funds as well as information and the eligibility criteria.