Private landlords

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Dear Scottish Borders Council,

1. Since. January 2010 to December 2019 how many applications were made to register as a private landlord?

2. Same period how many applications were rejected?

3. Same period how many registrations were revoked?

4. What type of Disclosure Scotland certificate do you obtain if at all on the applicant?

Yours faithfully,

John Brown

Freedom of Information, Scottish Borders Council

Dear John Brown

I acknowledge receipt of your request for information relating to the
above and shall respond within the relevant 20 working day period.

Yours sincerely

Information Management Team

Scottish Borders Council

0300 100 1800

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Freedom of Information, Scottish Borders Council

Dear John Brown

 

The above request is exempt under S39(2) Environmental Information of
FOISA  therefore we respond under the Environmental Information (Scotland)
Regulations 2004.

 

The following response was prepared and provided on behalf of Regulatory
Services:

 

1.   During the period January 2010 to December 2019 11,808 applications
were made to register as a private landlord.

      Please note: when a landlord ceases to operate their information is

      deleted from the system – those instances are therefore not recorded
in the number above. 

 

2.   None were rejected.

 

3.   None were revoked.

 

4.   We did not obtain Disclosure Scotland certificates on the applicants.

 

I should advise that you have a right to request a review within 40
working days from the date we respond to your request.  You should either
e-mail [1][Scottish Borders Council request email] or write to the Information Manager,
Scottish Borders Council, Council HQ, Newtown St. Boswells TD6 0SA.

 

If after the Council’s FOI Advice Group have considered your review and
you are still not happy with the decision you then have a right to appeal
to the Office of the Scottish Information Commissioner, you do this either
by visiting [2]http://www.itspublicknowledge.info/Appea... or by post to: 
Kinburn Castle, Doubledykes Road, St. Andrews, Fife KY16 9DS.

Yours sincerely

Molly Longstaff
for the

Information Management Team

Scottish Borders Council

Newtown St Boswells

TD6 0SA

E mail:  [email address]

Tel: 0300 100 1800

 

 

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