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Broxtowe Borough Council Tenancy Agreement

If a new tenant is hosted by Broxtowe Borough Council, they have an introductory rental agreement, unless they are already a tenant and change. You will be asked to sign your lease if you register for a new property. It is important that you keep this document in a safe place, as you may need to report it throughout your rental. Website: www.broxtowe.gov.uk/for-you/housing/housing-options-and-homelessness/. A lease is a legally binding document. It sets out your rights and obligations as a tenant of Broxtowe Borough Council as well as the rights and obligations of Broxtowe Borough Council as a landlord. You can terminate your lease by completing the online termination form (Opened in a new window) or by talking to the allocation team on 0115 917 7777, which does not contradict your data and asks you to fill out a termination of lease form (which can be published or requested at the beeston Council reception). Once your rental agreement is complete, the keys can be returned personally to the broxtowe Council offices in Beeston or by registered letter. Assessment of priority needs under the Housing Act. Can provide temporary shelters to those who are considered to have a priority need – people with children or pregnant women at risk due to their age (60+), disability or risk of violence. Also provides general housing advice and information for private and communal tenants and homeless people.

Deposit system. Outside opening hours Phone 0115 917 3838. An introductory rental agreement is granted for a period of 12 months during which you must meet with your housing officer during months 1, 4 and 9 to discuss the progress of your initiation rental relationship. As long as the introductory rental contract is carried out satisfactorily and without breaking the rent, it becomes a safe lease after 12 months. As an introduction tenant, it is important that you carry out your tenancy satisfactorily, that you do not provoke anti-social behaviour or that you do not have rent arrears, since an introductory rental agreement is less secure and the Council may request an extension or termination and eviction in the event of a breach of an introductory rental agreement. An introductory tenant also has fewer rights, you will find all this in the brochure “Your rental agreement explained (.pdf) (276KB) (Opens in a new window). Broxtowe Housing Options Team can help in the following ways: – Broxtowe Borough Council Area – Beeston, Stapleford, Eastwood, Kimberley and surrounding area. If you are a property owner in the Broxtowe district, the Home Lets service can help find the right tenant and ensure that the property is of good quality. . . .