A Rent Pressure Zone (RPZ) puts a limit on how much a landlord can increase a tenant's rent.
There's no limit on what landlords can charge new tenants.
An RPZ only has an effect if:
If you started renting from a private landlord on or after 1 December 2017, you're likely to have a private residential tenancy.
If your tenancy agreement started before 1 December 2017 you don't have a private residential tenancy, unless you and your landlord have agreed to convert your existing tenancy to one.
Currently there are no Rent Pressure Zones in Scotland.
Use this checker if you want to find out:
You can use this checker if you want to know whether your home is in an RPZ.
If your home is in an RPZ, it means that there is a limit to how much your landlord can increase your rent.
Enter a postcode to find the property's address.