Garage situated on Alexander Park redland
Suitable as a lock up or for a small car.
Monthly rental agreement considered, available now.
Tenant Permitted Fees
When applying to rent a property, please be aware of the following permitted fees for all AST signed on or after the 1st June 2019.
A refundable Holding Deposit of no more than one week’s rent:
A holding Deposit is a payment made by a tenant to a landlord (or to an agent acting on the landlord’s behalf) to reserve that property.
The Bill requires agents and landlords to refund the Holding Deposit except in circumstances where the tenant (including any guarantor(s)) withdraws, fails a Right to Rent check ,provides false or misleading information which the landlord is reasonably entitled to consider in deciding whether to grant the tenancy because this materially affects their suitability to rent the property or fails to complete the required paperwork including signing of the Tenancy Agreement within the mutually agreed Deadline for Agreement date. Where no Deadline for Agreement date has been made in writing the Bill dictates this date to be defaulted to 15 calendar days after the holding deposit has been paid.
Landlords may ‘repay’ the Holding Deposit by allowing the tenant to deduct the equivalent sum from the first payment of rent or the Tenancy Deposit. If the Holding Deposit is applied to the Tenancy Deposit, under the deposit protection requirements, that money is classed as received on the date the tenancy agreement was signed.
A refundable Tenancy Deposit:
Up to 5 weeks’ rent per tenancy with a Rent under £50,000.00 PA.
Up to 6 weeks’ rent per tenancy with a Rent of or over £50,000.00 PA.
A Tenancy Deposit is money held by the landlord (or agent acting on the landlord’s behalf) as security during the period of the tenancy and reserved for any damages or defaults by the tenant. All Tenancy Deposits are held in accordance with the Deposit protection scheme.
For a full list of fees please see www.flatlineonline.co.uk/fees.vbhtml
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.