Step 1


Complete your tenancy application forms

You may have received applications forms at the time of your viewing. If not, you can print the PDF forms below.

Person or family
Download and complete one copy of Application Form Part 1 (you may need to scale to 65%)
Then download & complete Application Form Part 2 for every adult person (anyone 18 years or over, even if they are members of the same family e.g sons and daughters).

Download APPLICATION FORM – Part 1 (info & terms 2 pages)
Download APPLICATION FORM – Part 2 (reference form 8 pages)

If you require a Company Let, download and complete Part 1 above and download & complete one copy of the Company Application Form below



Step 2


Do you need a guarantor?

A guarantor may be required when employment history or financial records are not sufficient. For example, you may receive housing benefit, work on a zero hour contract, receive a low income, are self-employed with less than 3 years accounts.

The guarantor becomes responsible for the full amount of the rent if you cannot pay it at any time during the tenancy. They should be someone who has sufficient income or savings to pay the rent promptly.
They will sign the Tenancy Agreement at the same time as you.

Download a copy of the Guarantor Application Form below and ask your guarantor to complete it. The guarantor will also need to show ID.



Step 3


Comply with 'Right to Rent' legislation

We need you to prove who you are. Since 1st December 2014 all landlords and agents are legally required to carry out 'Right to Rent' immigration checks.

If you have a British passport then this is all you need. If you do not have one, don't worry, just CLICK HERE to read the information leaflet for the alternatives.

All documents must be presented by you (the applicant) in person at our office before we can start processing your application.

For more details about this legislation please CLICK HERE to visit the government website.


Step 4


Submit your application form and reference fees

Submit your completed application forms to us together with your referencing fee. For a list of fees please CLICK HERE
If you are not quite sure of the correct amount to pay, please call our office and ask.

We must receive the referencing payment before we start processing your application.

Referencing can take as little as 48 hours or up to a week depending on your situation. As soon as we have confirmation we can proceed we will contact you to arrange a moving in date and an appointment at our office to carry out the handover. We will send to you a draft tenancy agreement for so that you have time to seek advice if you are unsure about anything.

The deposit, first month's rent and agreement fee will need to be paid in cleared funds before handover. The most common method now is bank transfer. Please read the letter that accompanies the draft agreement very carefully as it will contain important instructions.

All tenants, and guarantor if you have one, will need to be present at the handover.