LetScotland exists to provide a voice for the private rented sector which is currently missing. We want to ensure that the important role of the sector and its practitioners is positively reflected in public.
That’s why we engage actively in the media and with other industry interests. Check back here regularly for information and comment on our news and other news affecting our sector.
The new tenancy will be in use from 1st December 2017 and will apply to any new tenancies granted after the termination of a current Short Assured Tenancy.Read more
Holyrood debate informed by largest-ever survey of tenants in private rented property conducted by Lettingstats.Read more
A consultation by the Scottish Government has been launched, covering potential options for tenancy reform. Letting agents will know that the prospect of change in the types of tenancy which can be offered to tenants carries huge significance for our industry...Read more
Well-meaning amendments likely to have “unintended consequences”, says Letscotland. Labour’s Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Cities Strategy, James Kelly MSP, has tabled amendments to the Housing Bill for consideration by Holyrood’s Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee. Mr Kelly…Read more
LetScotland and Lettingweb merge to create Scotland’s largest rental body New organisation will provide the leading voice for letting agents in the media and in Parliament LetScotland, the Association of Professional Letting Agents in Scotland, and Lettingweb, the largest…Read more