Mead Property Management are proud to employ licenced members of ARLA and are members of the Property Ombudsman scheme.
ARLA are the only professional self-regulating body to be solely concerned with lettings and letting agents.
The Association of Residential Lettings Agents (ARLA) is a professional membership and regulatory body for letting agents and letting agencies in the UK. ARLA recognised the requirements of the residential lettings market were so detailed and specific that a separate organisation was required to promote standards in this important sector of the property industry.
The The Property Ombudsman is able to consider disputes referred by landlords or tenants and relating to lettings and management agents that are members of the Scheme. Mead Property Management follow the TPO Code of Practice for Letting Agents, in common with the TPO Code of Practice for Residential Sales.
The Tenancy Deposit Scheme is managed by The Dispute Service - an independent, not-for-profit, company established in 2003 to resolve tenancy deposit disputes in the private rented sector. The company has achieved the UK Government Standard for Customer Service Excellence, and won Tenancy Deposit Service of the Year at the PROPERTYdrum B2B awards 2012.
They operate the Tenancy Deposit Scheme in accordance with the requirements of the Housing Act 2004. This provides a dispute resolution service should a dispute about the allocation of a deposit arise at the end of the tenancy.