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Landlords, owners & letting


1  The Domestic Energy Performance Certificate Register
An Energy Performance Certificate is required for properties when constructed, sold or let. The Energy Performance Certificate provides details on the energy performance of the property and what you can do to improve it.

This website will allow you to:

Find a Domestic Energy Assessor
Retrieve an Energy Performance Certificate


2  West of England Housing Website
Our own private housing website, offering practical and lagel information for current landlords and tenants. Includes the Landlord Proficiency Test.


3  Ad Hoc Property Guardians
Ad Hoc are Europe's leading providers of 'Property Guardians', carefully vetted professional individuals who will live in your vacant commercial or residential property to protect it for temporary periods.


4  University of the West of England Accommodation Office
Information for landlords already housing UWE students and potential landlords with vacant rooms or houses suitable for student use.
email accommodation@uwe.ac.uk


5  Bristol University Accommodation Office
The Bristol University Accommodation Office landlords' site provides landlords with information and services to help them let their properties to students and staff of the University of Bristol.
email accom-office@bris.ac.uk


6  Landlord Expo
The South West’s Biggest Landlord Expo. The aim of the West of England Landlord Expo is to improve the private rented sector by sharing information with landlords, prospective landlords, letting agents and managers.


7  The Guardian: Housing Network
Offers the latest comment and debate from those working in, and with, social housing.


8  National Housing Federation
'The voice of housing associations'.


9  Dot Do Dot – Property Guardians
A new social enterprise working to bring empty properties into temporary use for everyone’s benefit – for owners, for building guardians and for communities.


10  StudyLets
A comprehensive listing of both landlords and their properties


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