Landlord Accreditation Wales
The Landlord Accreditation Wales (LAW) Scheme is a national scheme. It recognises good landlords and helps them differentiate themselves from less reputable landlords who give the rental market a bad name. It also allows tenants to seek out professional landlords who offer good, well-managed accommodation.
It works by accrediting the landlord, not the property, therefore identifying the participants as competent and professional in their dealings with their properties and tenants, and with the skills necessary to run a successful business.
As an organisation LAW supports landlords with information and guidance on changes in legislation as well as sharing best practice. LAW is recognised by its distinctive logo which members are able to use as a badge to demonstrate their professionalism and gain market advantage.
This scheme is a joint initiative between the Private Sector Housing/Environmental Health Services from each of the 22 Local Authorities in Wales , and is supported by the Welsh Assembly Government. Please visit their website to learn more and join the scheme by clicking the iamge on the right.
Students will be able to search for accredited landlords on the site and will be given specific recommendations for renting with landlords who are accredited.
Click the image on the right to visit the Landlord Accreditation Wales website