Become an Accredited NLCE Member.

Sep 28th, 2016



The NLCE is the National Landlord Code of Excellence Limited which was originally founded by 57 investor landlords and tenants to assist, by accreditation, landlords and letting agents to be able to overcome the impasse that can be created in the private housing sector between landlords, letting agents and tenants due to everyday problems that can arise. The NLCE is a forward thinking community that finds the tools to create a resolve to these everyday problems. 

Accredited Members: Accredited members will need to carry out the accreditation courses and agree to the accreditation code of conduct and ongoing CPD courses. Members who become accredited will be recognised with the accreditation as exemplary landlords and agents in their field. Accredited members will also be offered (upon request and sign up) membership to Tenant Referencing UK where they will be able to carry out the checking of Tenants Histories to deal with constant anti-social tenants, plus checking a tenants right to rent in the UK and  the use of the free property management portal and maintenance reporting system to make sure their property administration, certification and management is constantly kept up to date.

Once you have become fully accredited with the NLCE you will gain access to the NLCE Document Download portal.

Don’t want to sign up online?
Simply get in touch with us by clicking here and we’ll email you a printable form that you can send back to us.

Landlords/Agents who are already accredited on a residential course can passport straight into the scheme. To do this the NLCE would need details of their accreditation (date and certificate) and then they would commit to the NLCE code of conduct and follow the Continual Professional Development (CPD) points ongoing over their 5 year membership. Please contact the NLCE for more info.

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This form must be issued to all existing tenants and to any new tenant upon the commencement of the tenancy to make them aware of their responsibility towards anti-social behaviour.