Accreditation Overview

Accredited members are able to demonstrate their knowledge, training, skills and intentions to manage properties and tenancies in line with best practice, and aim to have great relationships with happy tenants.

The scheme is designed for individual landlords of private residential tenancies, and is only available to NRLA members. 

Previously accredited with NLA or RLAAS?

If you were accredited with NLA or RLAAS on 27th July 2020, then after you have registered for the new NRLA scheme, and we have finished migrating and configuring your CPD records from our old schemes, you will automatically become accredited with the NRLA.

In the meantime, you should read about how the new NRLA scheme works – there have been some important changes - and you can then follow the links to register for the new scheme. Once you have registered, please bear with us for just a few more days while we finish configuring your CPD records to the new scheme, and you will then show on the website as accredited.

Good for landlords

  • Recognition by NRLA, tenants and others of your commitment to good standards.
  • A reduction in misunderstandings and disputes and a quick and effective resolution of disputes.
  • Permission to use the NRLA Accredited logo on your emails, websites and stationery.
  • A certificate of accreditation that you can display on websites and in your properties
  • Local authorities and tenants can check your accredited status with us if you provide them with your membership number.
  • Discounts on some of our goods and services.

     What are the requirements/how do I apply?

    Check my accreditation and CPD records

Good for tenants

Choosing an accredited NRLA member means you are choosing a landlord who has committed to adhering to our Code of Practice, a formal complaints process, and continual professional development and learning.