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Property management for Landlords

Landlords, what's different about our Letting services?

We make it easy for Landlords


Reason one

We take care of your property


Reason two

We collect your rent on time


Reason three

We communicate with your tenants

We can take care of your legal requirements:

The Gas Safety Certification (GSR)

The Gas Safety (Installation And Use) Regulations 1998

  • These regulations ensure that gas appliances are properly installed and maintained in a safe condition so as to avoid the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • It is the responsibility of the landlords of domestic properties that ALL ‘Gas Appliances’ and Gas Installation Pipe work owned by him are checked for safety at least once a year by a member of the GAS SAFE registered and that accurate records are kept of those safety inspections and any work carried out. These records must be provided to the tenant.

Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Landlords Are Required To Install Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarms By Law

  • A smoke alarm is now required on every storey.
  • A carbon monoxide alarm needs to be in every room with a solid fuel burning appliance
  • Alarms must be tested and working on the start of each tenancy
  • Penalties of up to £5000 enforced by Local Authorities
  • There is no grace period

Electrical Installation Condition Report (EIRC)

The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020

  • The above regulations impose a continuous duty on landlords in England to maintain their property to the electrical safety standards and to have evidence of this.
  • If you are renting out a property in England, any tenancy you create or renew on or after July 1st 2020 will require an electrical inspection and a report on the condition of the property (EICR) performed by a qualified person. Renewals in this case include statutory periodic tenancies that are created at the end of a fixed term on or after this date.
  • For pre-existing tenancies, you will need to have an EICR performed on all existing tenancies before April 1st 2021.
  • Failure to comply with these regulations may jeopardise the life of your tenant and lead to prosecution with penalties of imprisonment or fines up to £30,000.


Energy Performance Certificates

  • All properties (homes, commercial and public buildings) must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) when sold, built or rented