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Debbie Davies

Debbie joined TDS in July 2017 as the Assistant Director of Business Development. Debbie has an extensive background in the property industry with over 18 years’ experience in residential lettings. Debbie brings her passion for raising standards in the lettings industry into her role and is responsible for the digital marketing, advertising, communications and events management for TDS with a firm focus on business development across the TDS brand including TDS England & Wales, TDS Northern Ireland, TDS Academy and TDS Charitable Foundation.

#ExpertView: TDS at the Landlord Investment Show – Olympia Thursday 13th July 2019

Debbie Davies | 11 June 2019

In this week’s #ExpertView, Debbie Davies, Assistant Director of Business Development at Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS), discusses TDS’ attendance at the upcoming Landlord Investment Show in Olympia, London this week.

#ExpertView: How to prepare for the Tenant Fees Ban and Deposit Cap in England

Debbie Davies | 30 April 2019

In this #ExpertView article, Debbie Davies, Assistant Director of Business Development, discusses how the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) is helping agents and landlords prepare for the incoming Tenant Fees Ban and Deposit Cap legislation in England.

#ExpertView: What is Letterbox?

Debbie Davies | 13 November 2018

In this week’s #ExpertView, our Assistant Director of Business Development, Debbie Davies takes a look inside the latest edition of TDS’s magazine, Letterbox.

#ExpertView: Meet the technology team

Debbie Davies | 23 October 2018

In order to provide the best possible level of customer service as well as advice and information to tenants, landlords and agents, TDS ensures that our online systems are of the highest standard.

To achieve this, our technology team works hard to ensure that the service desk, deposit registration system and all other IT operations run smoothly. In today’s #ExpertView blog we meet two members of the team, Nicola Hathaway and Abigail Davis-Fletcher.

#AskTDS: "When I pay my tenancy deposit, who holds the money?"

Debbie Davies | 8 October 2018

In this week’s #AskTDS blog, our Assistant Director of Business Development, Debbie Davies, answers a tenant’s question: “When I pay my tenancy deposit, who holds the money?”

#AskTDS: "Why has TDS been shortlisted for the Negotiator Awards?"

Debbie Davies | 21 September 2018

Since the shortlist was announced, Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) has been asked what lead to it being included. In this week’s #AskTDS, Debbie Davies, Assistant Director of Business Development, answers that question.

#ExpertView: Meet the TDS Business Development Team

Debbie Davies | 28 August 2018

Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) has been established since 2003 giving us 15 years’ experience in tenancy deposit protection.  This experience means that our colleagues have a wealth of information on all issues relating to tenancy deposit protection requirements, minimising deposit disputes and the alternative dispute resolution process.

TDS has a dedicated Business Development team who identify how landlords and agents could benefit of using TDS. Here I look at two members of our Business Development team and explore how their roles help our new customers get the most of their membership.

#News: TDS awarded Customer Service Excellence accreditation

Debbie Davies | 15 August 2018

Debbie Davies, Assistant Director of Business Development at Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS), announces the company being awarded Customer Service Excellence accreditation and outlines its ongoing commitment to customer service levels.

#ExpertView: Meet the TDS team

Debbie Davies | 8 August 2018

Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) has a team of dedicated customer service professionals on hand to provide support to landlords, agents and tenants. In this week’s #ExpertView blog, Debbie Davies, TDS’ Assistant Director of Business Development, introduces some of the team.

#AskTDS: The importance of keeping tenants' contact information up-to-date

Debbie Davies | 22 June 2018

The duration of a tenancy in the private rented sector can vary from several months to years. Longer tenancies can benefit both landlords and tenants alike as they can offer a stable home to the tenant and a secure income to the landlord. With these longer term tenancies, it is important to ensure that landlords and agents have a process in place to regularly update their tenants’ contact information as the longer the term of the tenancy, the more chance there is of tenants changing their phone numbers and email addresses.

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