DASH Services

Accreditation represents quality. It show a landlords is serious about setting, achieving and maintaining high standards.

Frequently asked questions

  • What is DASH Landlord Accreditation?

    The scheme is a membership designed to reward good landlords and to help them differentiate themselves from less reputable landlords in the property market place. DASH accredits the landlord, not the … more

  • Our equality commitment

    Equality and diversity is important to us because it means trying our best to treat people fairly and with dignity. It also means making sure that we remove barriers to equality for our employees and … more

  • Am I guaranteed a discount on license fee?

    No, DASH Landlord Accreditation cannot guarantee any discounts

    DASH is set up to recognise good landlords by giving a quality mark along with useful training and support over a 3 year period.  … more

  • What do I need to do to become accredited?

    Agree to adopt the Code of Conduct – the scheme manual is available online from the website at http://www.dashservices.org.uk/Accreditation/Scheme-Manual

    Pass a fit and … more

  • What does it mean by 'Fit & Proper' person

    A fit and proper person is someone who can be reasonably assumed to be a good landlord. To self certify that you are 'fit and proper' the following should be declared;

    whether you have committed … more

  • How will membership benefit me?

    ·         Recognition: Being a DASH Accredited Landlord will set you apart from the rest. The scheme will provide public recognition that you are a … more

  • What area does the scheme cover?

    We cover the whole of the East Midlands region. Broadly speaking, this includes the five counties of Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, and Nottinghamshire as well as Rutland. … more

Follow Us