Here at SafeDeposits Scotland we couldn't do what we do without our members. Each a respected professional body in their own right, they are supporting and working with us to promote an independent tenancy deposit protection scheme.

Our members include:

National Union of Students Scotland

The representative body of 530,000 higher and further education students in Scotland, the NUS is a key voice and campaigner for students and is recognised by the Scottish Parliament. Their aim is to work with and for students to represent their views, whether it's through working with trade unions or voluntary organisations, or through campaigning.

The Dispute Service

An independent, not-for-profit organisation, TDS was established in 2003 to resolve disputes over tenancy deposits in England and Wales. They won the Tenancy Deposit Service of the Year Award at the PropertyDrum B2B Awards in 2012.

The Scottish Association of Landlords

The association represents landlords and letting agents in Scotland, campaigning for recognition of their interests as a profession. They work with Holyrood, Westminster and local authorities and provide information and advice to their members.

Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Providers of the leading professional qualification in land, property, construction and associated environmental issues, the RICS are an independent organisation that acts in the interests of the public. They often provide impartial and authoritative advice on key issues for business, society and government.

National Federation of Property Professionals

Their aim is to promote high standards of professionalism and integrity in those working in the property industry. The NFPP also encourage the public to seek out members of the federation when undertaking property transactions. They also run short courses, conferences and forums throughout the year.

Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations

The SCVO works with the voluntary sector to advance the values and interests they share. With over 1300 members, including individuals, grassroots organisations, Scottish organisations and intermediary bodies, they advance their interests through lobbying and campaigning. For more information, click here.