Getting on top of the new electrical safety regulations

Leading customer facing lettings platform teclet say that agents using their software will be well placed to handle the new electrical safety regulations in a compliant, cost and time efficient manner and can even benefit from new sources of revenue.

The platform already has a number of API partners seamlessly integrated into its lettings, renewals and management system covering all aspects of the lettings and management process. These include several that provide the services needed to comply with the new electrical safety regulations that became law in April.

New tenancies will require electrical and PAT test (where needed) safety certificates to be in place as part of the tenancy set up process. Existing tenancies will have a one-year transitional period in which to comply. Electrical certificates will be valid for five years.

John Evans, Commercial Director at teclet said: β€œThe ever changing regulatory landscape can be daunting for letting agents and property managers but our platform takes the strain out of managing new processes by providing compliant and commercially attractive solutions designed to create game changing solutions for landlord, tenants and agent alike.”

The teclet platform is being used by growing numbers of letting agents including major industry names such as Belvoir, Northwood, Spicerhaart and Hunters alongside dozens of smaller agency businesses.

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