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Energy Efficiency and conditions consultation analysis

06 February 2018

The Scottish Government has released their analysis of their findings from the public consultation on energy efficiency and condition standards in private rented housing. Read More...

Council crackdown on short-term lets

05 February 2018

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ARLA Propertymark gives compelling evidence at CLG evidence session

02 February 2018

ARLA Propertymark Chief Executive David Cox gave compelling evidence at a second CLG evidence session on 29 January on the Private Rented Sector and the Draft Tenant Fees Bill, which was broadcast live on Parliament TV. Read More...

The real horrors of Halloween

Friday 27 October 2017

Gas Safe logos are now available to ARLA Propertymark members in sticker form for you to display in your offices.

The stickers have been designed by Gas Safe specifically for ARLA Propertymark members to allow you to promote safety messages to landlords and tenants and back up landlord messaging about the importance of quality maintenance, staying safe and using a Gas Safe registered engineer.

Order yours now from the logo display area of the ARLA Propertymark online shop.

There are strict rules in place concerning how the Gas Safe Register brand can be used and these stickers have been created as a result of our work in partnership with Gas Safe but we must stress that they are designed solely for use in your office or retail premises, they can not be displayed in other locations or vehicles.

Don’t forget that ARLA Propertymark also has a member's only fact sheet on Landlords’ Legal Responsibility for Gas Safety and there is a really useful infographic provided by Gas Safe.

The real Halloween horror story

This weekend Gas Safe will are launching an innovative Halloween themed carbon monoxide awareness campaign targeting students. Watch the short video below called 'The Silent Killer' which is designed to look like a trailer for the latest horror movie. They entice the audience in, going on to reveal who the silent killer is and what the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning are. It’s an intriguing watch and one that you might want to share.