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Landlords invited to attend free rental workshop

Landlords and letting agents across Scotland are being urged to attend a series of free workshops held by tenancy deposit scheme SafeDeposits Scotland to ensure that they are up to speed with existing regulations.


The workshops will guide attendees through real case studies to advise them on best practice and effective problem solving with tenants.



The training session will take landlords and letting agents through methods to prevent and solve disputes if and when they arise.


Jen Paice, CEO of SafeDeposits Scotland, said: “We run these workshops as we feel it’s valuable for landlords and agents to come together and share best practice and discover the most robust ways of managing the dispute process. By being prepared for complications, landlords and their tenants can be saved both time and money.”


SafeDeposits Scotland provides a free alternative dispute resolution service for landlords, tenants and letting agents as a last resort if repayment of a deposit cannot be agreed on. 


The workshop will take place on October 13 in Edinburgh (Raddison Blu), October 14 in Glasgow (The Teacher Building), October 24 in Dundee (Discovery Point), October 25 in Stirling (The Golden Lion), November 21 in Inverness (Best Western Palace Hotel) and November 22 in Aberdeen (Palm Court Hotel).


To book a place, or for further information – click here.


SafeDeposits Scotland autumn workshop details:


Thursday 13th October


Raddison Blu Hotel

Basic & Advanced

9am – 4pm


Friday 14th October


The Teacher Building

Basic & Advanced

9am – 4pm


Monday 24th October


Discovery Point




Tuesday 25th October


The Golden Lion




Monday 21st November


Best Western Palace Hotel


1:30 – 4:30pm


Tuesday 22nd November


Palm Court Hotel

1pm – 4pm


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