Full Membership Application

FullPlease complete the boxes below to request your full ordinary membership of PLuSS. (To check if you need a different type of membership please visit this page.)

Let us know if you have any problems – we’ve tried to make it as straightforward as possible!

After you have completed the forms you will be taken to a payment page: it costs £100 (£75 joining fee and £25 for the first year to 30 September 2020).

  • Any information you provide below may be shared with other PLuSS members, with Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council, and with your Property Manager (if any)
  • The following bits of information that you provide will be published openly on this website: your First Name, Last Name, Trading Name, and Email
  • After you apply to be a member you need to provide Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council with details of the properties that you have responsibility for in the PLuSS Priority Areas – this information will not be held by PLuSS

The PLuSS Constitution can be accessed here.

Please read this first:

Fit and Proper Person Declaration

Subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

I declare that I am a fit and proper person to be a PLuSS member in that neither I, nor any person associated with my property portfolio, have any unspent convictions that are relevant to my application and in particular:

The relevant issues are:
i) Criminal offences including: Fraud, Dishonesty, Violence, Drugs, Schedule 3 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003.
ii) Practiced unlawful discrimination on grounds of sex, colour race ethnic or national origins or disability in connection with their business.
iii) Accepted a simple caution, been convicted, or served with Statutory Notices under any of the following:
• Housing Law
• Landlord and Tenants Law
• Environmental Protection Act 1990
• Public Health Law
• Health and Safety Law
• Building Regulation or Planning Laws
iv) Conviction for non-compliance of a Statutory Notice under any of the following:
• Housing Law
• Landlord and Tenants Law
• Environmental Protection Act 1990
• Public Health Law
• Health and Safety Law
• Building Regulation or Planning Laws
v) Been in control of a property subject to any of the following:
• A Control or Management Order
• Works have been carried out in default
• A licence or registration certificate has been refused
• Conditions of a licence or registration certificate have been breached

4 Comments

  1. Garry4114
    November 19, 2019 @ 2:13 pm

    GREAT TO FINALLY JOIN

    Reply

  2. London01
    November 19, 2019 @ 2:59 pm

    Good news for local landlords

    Reply

  3. Gracelily1948
    November 19, 2019 @ 10:11 pm

    great idea good luck

    Reply

  4. viv1967
    December 2, 2019 @ 3:44 pm

    good idea for local landlords

    Reply

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