Renting out your property

Renting out your property

As a home owner, you can rent out your home if:

  • Your lease allows you to
  • You gain permission from us (there will be a charge of £25)

    Of course, as the leaseholder you’ll still be responsible for:

    • Meeting the terms and conditions of your lease
    • Paying any service and other charges to us
    • Ensuring gas, electrical and other legal checks are carried out and certificated by a qualified person as well as the other legal responsibilities of a landlord

    What you need to do

    Please fill in our online form.

    If you’d rather email or write to us then please include the following:

    • Tell us that you want to rent out your property
    • Include a copy of your proposed tenancy agreement
    • Include your new address and contact details

    We’ll then write to you and confirm the permission decision.

    If your request is approved you’ll need to make a payment to us of £25

    You should also inform your mortgage lender, as you may also need their permission to rent the property out.

    Making alterations and improvements to your property

    Fees and payments