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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.
Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDS) partner organisation, Propertymark is a core member of a coalition for community investment formed by the charity Empty Homes, which launched in July 2018, and aims to combat the waste of long-term empty homes across England through community investment. Emily Carter, Policy and Campaigns Officer at Propertymark, explains.
In this week’s #ExpertView, John King, Director of Customer Service provides new and returning students with a quick guide to the world of tenancy deposits.
TDS Chief Executive Steve Harriott sets out the case for maintaining the existing model of tenancy deposit protection.
#ExpertView: Landlord Legal Changes Coming in 2018 - Banning Orders - what they are and how they work
In this week’s instalment of #ExpertView, Tessa Shepperson of LandlordLaw continues her legal series, focusing on banning orders.
This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: “What happens to deposits if I buy/sell a tenanted property?”
This article has been written in response to a landlord’s query: “I live in England and rent a property in Scotland, can I use TDS?”
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is all about the new data protection rules coming into force in May.
As you will already know, in most cases you need to have an Energy Performance Certificate for your property:
#ExpertView: Tessa's 2018 Legal Changes series - 1. An Introduction to Landlord Legal Changes coming in 2018
In this week's #ExpertView, our guest writer Tessa Shepperson launches her new series looking at the legal changes that could affect landlords in 2018.