It is FREE to join the Residential Landlords Association Accreditation Scheme and there are NO annual membership fees.

How to apply for accreditation

Before applying to become accredited with RLAAS you should make yourself aware of the scheme requirements and conditions and management code of practice practice which sets out the management and property standards that RLAAS accredited landlords are required to comply with.

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The application process for becoming an RLAAS Accredited Landlord is very straightforward.

Stage 1 - Registration

If there are no questions regarding your application then it is accepted and you will become an "RLAAS Registered Member".

Stage 2 - Accreditation

Once you have achieved the required 10 CPD points (view Guide to CPD) you will become an "RLAAS Accredited Landlord".

Please Note: If you have attended a training course during the previous 5 years then declare this within your CPD record. Many landlords may, as a result, have already achieved the required 10 CPD points and will therefore become accredited on application.


NB: if you are a Gateshead Landlord and would like to complete the course for licensing purposes, please contact before booking.