Client: Cardiff Council
Rocktime were successful in being awarded the Cardiff Council Tender to act as web
development partner for the Landlord Accreditation Wales (LAW) website and extranet
project. The first phase of the site is live with completion of phases 2 and 3 scheduled
for early 2009.
A comprehensive range of design and functionality is being provided powered by the
Rocktime’s Web Content Management System and e-commerce platforms to include Welsh
and English Language management.
- Website & Extranet design & build ASP.NET 2.0
- Bespoke web database development
- Logic Content Management System
- Multiple language control
- Source Ecommerce platform
- Rocktime dedicated hosting
- Website accessibility compliance
The Landlord Accreditation Wales (LAW) Scheme has been set up in partnership with
the 22 Local Authorities in Wales, and is supported by the Welsh Assembly Government.
The scheme is administered and maintained on behalf of the partnership by Cardiff
The aim of the scheme is to promote good management practices and levels of awareness
in the private rented sector. Landlords who join the scheme and abide by the standards
are ‘accredited’ and are recognised as good landlords.
The Rocktime website development comprises a range of information pages for tenants
and landlords with restricted access (extranet) section for landlords.
The Rocktime CMS allows the administrators to manage page content and page creation
automatically in a dual language format (English and Welsh). A library and news
CMS function allows the upload of relevant documents and publication of news to
select areas of the website and Landlords are able to apply for accreditation online
and select the relevant courses to gain accreditation and make payment for such
courses. Similarly the CMS allows the administrators the ability to maintain courses,
progress accreditations and manage the landlords’ database and process course payments.
Rocktime have been retained for an initial 3 year contract including support, training
and dedicated hosting.
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