Limited Membership Application

Please complete the boxes below to apply for your limited membership of PLuSS – which is currently free of charge. Let us know if you have any problems – we’ve tried to make it as straightforward as possible!

Limited membership is only available to you if you own one or more rental properties in the PLuSS Priority Areas. If this is not that case, you will need to complete an application for full membershiprelative membership or agent membership.

Please be aware that limited members can’t use the special deals for Council rubbish collection, and don’t have a vote. For the full rules see section 6 of the PLuSS Constitution. You can choose a different type of membership here.

  • 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 Address (Note: your email address will appear in an obfuscated form on a page that is not indexed by reputable search engines, but if you prefer there is an option to hide it from public view)
  • 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

One Comment

  1. GEORGE MARRAY
    March 27, 2020 @ 9:04 am

    IT WOULD BE HELFUL IF THE COUNCIL COMMUNICATED AND NOTIFIED LANDLORDS DIRECTLY THE SCHEME YOU HAVE SET UP INSTEAD OF HIDING IT UNDER A BRICK!? !!!!

    Reply

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