- January 13, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
All landlords in Scotland are required to register with the local council which covers the area where their let property is located. As part of the registration process landlords are required to declare that they are complying with certain duties, known as prescribed information. These include understanding the Repairing Standard, having the right safety certificates in place and being able to provide them to the local council if requested to do so.
This webinar will go through each area of prescribed information and provide guidance on answering the questions when you renew your landlord registration.
Topics that will be covered
- Landlord registration – the basics
- Preparing to renew landlord registration – what you need to know
- Where to find the information you need.
Venue Phone: 0131 553 2211Address:
LAS webinars have been created to allow us to bring you the information we would have providing when we were with you face to face.
We have done our best to replicate the experience you had when you were in the room with us, so that we can continue to provide you with the information you need to continue to manage your rental properties well and the updates you need during COVID-19.
Can I still ask questions in the same way as I could at the face to face courses?
Yes, you can. You will not be on camera when you do this. There is the facility to ask questions all the way through the webinar and we will answer as many of these as we can on the day
No. We won’t be able to see you and neither will anyone else attending the webinar
Still not sure a webinar is for you?
Please call the LAS team and we can chat to you about webinar and answer any questions you have.
Registering for a course
Registering for a course is simple. Select the number of delegate places required from the list and click ‘register’ now. Immediate payment is required to secure a place on the course.
If you cannot select the number of delegate places you require, the course may be full. Please contact the LAS office on 0131 553 2211.