Welcome to the Association of Independent Inventory Clerks (AIIC)

The AIIC are dedicated to promoting the highest possible standards of accuracy and reliability and have been endorsing high levels of professionalism in the inventory business since 1996.

As an association we are committed to excellence and professionalism in the property inventory process and work hard to ensure that all landlords, tenants and letting agents understand the importance and benefits of professionally completed property inventories.

You will appreciate the value of instructing an expert AIIC independent inventory clerk to avoid unnecessary costs and legal disputes and make every party aware of its responsibilities. You will also have confidence that government regulations are being adhered to and have a professional partner with specialist knowledge.

For information on Joining the AIIC, Membership Application Form and the current Membership Costs please click here.

If you are currently an independent inventory clerk, check out our services and commit to distinction in your field by joining us and gaining access to our exclusive member’s area.

If you are an agent or landlord and are looking for a local professional independent inventory clerk, our search facility will be indispensable.

Why not sign-up for one of our industry-leading training courses, open to anyone in the property letting industry?

Make independent inventory reporting of privately rented properties compulsory

Independent inventory reporting of privately rented properties on an AST should be a mandatory requirement.

Independent inventories offer protection and help to reduce the number of deposit disputes.

Please support this petition and help us make the letting process more transparent for all

As the Private Rented Sector now covers a fifth of all households, it’s crucial that tenants and landlords abide by a fair move-in/move-out process.

Key figures:

– A third of 2,500 tenants admitted having their deposit withheld and 68% believed their landlord didn’t provide good enough reason to do so (Hillarys, 2017).

– 40% of students lose well over a third of their deposit when they rent privately, while 79% do not sign a photo inventory when they move in (Money., 2016).


Many thanks,

Danny Zane

Thank you for visiting the AIIC and for supporting inventory excellence.