Private landlords

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Dear Stirling 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

FOI, Stirling Council

Dear Mr Brown,

Your request for information has been logged and allocated reference FOI/13801.

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Yours sincerely,
Fiona McCallum

Records & Information Governance Team
Stirling Council
Stirling FK8 2ET
01786 233988
[Stirling Council request email]

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FOI, Stirling Council

Dear Mr Brown,

 

I refer to your request for information, logged by us as FOI/13801 and can
provide the following information in response to your request.

 

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

A new online platform was wholly redeveloped and re-launched in February
2017. Information relating to applications under the legacy system is no
longer available. However, the Council’s landlord registration team has
kept its own statistics for each tax year from April 2011 to March 2017.
Our records for these years does not contain details of whether these are
new or renewal applications. 

 

YEAR

Apr - TOTAL
Mar APPLICATIONS
2011/12 1070
2012/13 1251
2013/14 2117
2014/15 1369
2015/16 1451
2016/17 1959
TOTAL 9217

 

 

New System Statistics - The number of applications received by 31st
December 2019 on the new system since February 2017 to date is as follows
-

 

NEW RENEWAL
Year APPLICATION APPLICATION TOTAL
2017 429 871 1300
2018 449 1024 1473
2019 430 1245 1675
TOTALS 1308 3140 4448

 

The total of applications received from 2011 to 2019 is 13,665.

 

2.  Same period how many applications were rejected?

No registrations were rejected

 

3. Same period how many registrations were revoked?

No registrations were revoked.

 

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

No Disclosure Scotland certificate is requested.

 

 

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Yours sincerely,

 

Records & Information Governance Team

Stirling Council

01786 233988

[5][Stirling Council request email]

 

 

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