UK Association of Letting Agents (UKALA) launches four new product offerings through partners as it announces strong results.
19th Jul 2022

UK Association of Letting Agents (UKALA) launches four new product offerings through partners as it announces strong results.

UKALA has increased its commercial benefits offering to members by launching four new products with two partners.

Three of our new partnerships are with the Hamilton Fraser Group:

Ome – a deposit replacement from deposit experts that offers tenants a lower upfront cost of moving home whilst providing landlords with the exact same five-week protection as a traditional deposit.

mydeposits – government authorised tenancy deposit protection provider. They believe in choice for letting agents and are the only provider to offer all three deposit protection options – insured, custodial and replacement.

Landlord Action – one of the UK’s best known housing law and eviction specialists dealing with housing law matters in England and Wales, authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Additionally, UKALA members can now, through Rexel UK, enjoy a substantial 30%+ discount on a range of 96 discounted carbon monoxide, smoke and heat detector products that all conform to the latest legislative changes.

Tim Clark, chairman of UKALA stated: “As a result of a good year we now have a record membership in excess of 1100 letting agents which is great news and enables up to expand our offering to them. We welcome two new suppliers on board with four new products to offer our members.”

The benefits of UKALA membership now include client money protection, a redress scheme, online library, helpline, webinars and an expanding range of commercial services.



The UK Association of Letting Agents (UKALA) is a professional association that supports letting and management agent members to be successful, stay compliant and provide a high-quality service.

The organisation represents the interests of members across the UK, works constructively with various government departments and sits on many committees and policy input bodies.

UKALA membership fees are based on the amount of client money a member business holds. It offers to improve standards through professional development and makes compliance easier by giving automatic membership to both a government-approved Client Money Protection scheme and an Independent Redress Scheme. Membership also offers a range of commercial discounted benefits as well as advice services, publications, newsletters and documents.

UKALA is member-owned and run for the benefit of members. Membership is currently over 1100.