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Tenancy Deposit Scheme is an award winning, not-for-profit company protecting tenancy deposits and resolving deposit disputes in the PRS.
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: Did you know 49% of disputes submitted to TDS Insured in 2017-18 included damage to property?
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In this week’s , we answer a landlord’s question of how renewing the current tenancy with his tenants will affect his tenant’s deposit.
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Thank you to everyone who came to the Disputes and Damages the TDS Way today, delivered by Sandy Bastin, Assistant Director of Dispute Resolution at TDS. If you couldn't make it today, future dates are available:
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In this recent case study, a landlord claimed £245.00 for expenses arising as a result of the tenants leaving the property a day late. We look at both sides of the argument, what evidence was presented and how the final decision was reached.
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Today, Sandy Bastin, Assistant Director of Dispute Resolution at TDS, is delivering 's Disputes and Damages the TDS Way in Westminster. Future dates are available:
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TDS Jan 16
We take huge pride in being there for our customers ? Vote for TDS in the Awards at
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TDS Jan 16
TDS Academy provides property professionals with invaluable training in tenancy deposit protection and tenancy deposit disputes; book your space now: ?
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TDS Jan 15
Today, we're in South London at the regional meeting talking to letting agents about all things tenancy deposit protection!
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TDS Jan 15
In this week’s , Debbie Davies, looks ahead to the annual ARLA Propertymark Conference, which TDS is co-sponsoring.
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TDS Jan 14
We’re proud of our call and email answering times, with calls answered within 30 seconds (avg.) and emails responded to within just a few hours Vote for TDS in the Awards at
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TDS Jan 14
: Business as normal at TDS after major fire at head office
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TDS Jan 12
Did you know that we provide training to property professionals through the TDS Academy? ? Vote for TDS in the Awards at
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TDS Jan 11
In this week's blog, we answer a landlord's question: "How can changes to the parties of a tenancy affect the deposit?"
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TDS Jan 11
: Did you know that High Street is the most common street name and 2 is the most common house number?
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TDS Jan 11
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TDS Jan 10
Replying to @Gibb6781
Thank you for your concern. Our business continuity plan has been activated and is progressing successfully. All deposit protection services via our websites remain unaffected and we have now opened our phone lines. All deposits remain fully protected, and data is safe.
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TDS Jan 10
Replying to @marcshoffman
Thank you for your concern. Our business continuity plan has been activated and is progressing successfully. All deposit protection services via our websites remain unaffected and we have now opened our phone lines. All deposits remain fully protected, and data is safe.
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TDS Jan 10
Replying to @PropIndEye
Thank you for your concern. Our business continuity plan has been activated and is progressing successfully. All deposit protection services via our websites remain unaffected and we have now opened our phone lines. All deposits remain fully protected, and data is safe.
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TDS Jan 10
Replying to @RLA_News
Thank you for your concern. Our business continuity plan has been activated and is progressing successfully. All deposit protection services via our websites remain unaffected and we have now opened our phone lines. All deposits remain fully protected, and data is safe.
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TDS Jan 10
Replying to @ArlingtonRouse
Thanks for your concern. Everyone was evacuated safely. Our business continuity plan is progressing successfully. All deposit protection services via our websites remain unaffected and we have now opened our phone lines. All deposits remain fully protected, and data is safe.
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