Private Landlord registration

Registration of Private Landlords Team

The Antisocial Behaviour etc (Scotland) Act 2004) requires private landlords to register with their Local Authority.

From 30 April 2006 all private landlords letting properties in Scotland must have applied to their Local Authority for registration on the Register of Landlords.

The aim of landlord registration is to ensure that all private landlords in Scotland are “fit and proper” to be letting residential property.  The requirement will help Local Authorities to remove disreputable landlords from the market and protect tenants and their neighbours from the impact of antisocial behaviour and mismanaged property on the wider community.

By January 2007, 1471 Landlords had applied to register 2286 properties in the Stirling Council area.

If you are a private landlord you can register at Landlord Registration Scotland

To enquire about Private Landlord Registration please call Stirling Council on 01786 404040

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