Viewing Process with Urban Property Bristol Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, we are following the government's current guidelines by firstly fully registering and qualifying the applicant, once all information has been checked a virtual tour/video will be offered in the first instance.
Once the applicant has viewed the virtual tour/video, been fully qualified by answering the supplied standard questions, confirmed that they have no virus symptoms/have been virus free, a physical viewing can be arranged.
You will receive an email outlining the Covid-19 viewing process and this will be explained whilst the viewing is being booked.
On the day of the viewing you will be contacted by phone/email and asked again to confirm the viewing details (time and date) and that you are covid-19 free and feeling healthy.
You will meet the agent outside the property - we ask that a maximum of one applicant attend the viewing only.
If possible, please wear a face covering on the viewing. You will be asked to use antibacterial hand gel before and after the viewing and to "keep your hands in your pockets" throughout the viewing, thus keeping contact to a minimum.
Viewings will last no longer than 15 minutes and the government's 2 metre distancing rule must be observed.
Residents will be asked to leave the property, stay inside their bedroom, or retire to the garden whilst the viewing takes place.
Nb. If you are shielding, self-isolating, exhibiting any symptoms (feeling unwell, fever, temperature, cough, tightness of breath, lack of taste and smell) or have had the virus previously, please let the office know as soon as possible.
If you have any further questions relating to the above information, please call .
Apologies for any inconvenience & stay safe
description Video Tour Available - Shared House/Room Let - A furnished double bedroom room let in a mixed friendly 13 bedroom shared house.(Part Bills).
Located on the busy and lively Cheltenham Road (A38) minutes away Montpelier Railway Station, Stokes Croft and Picton Street with its mixture of cafe/bars, restaurants and independent shops and within easy walking distance of Cabot Circus, Bristol City Centre, The Bristol Royal Infirmary Hospital (B.R.I) and the main local shopping area of Bishopston.
Urban Property are pleased to bring to the rental market this modern top floor shared property offering a large clean and tidy furnished front facing double bedroom room let with neutral decorations, laminate floorings, benefiting from double bed, desk, chair, chest of drawers & wardrobe.
The property boasts gas central heating, 2 modern white suite shower rooms, communal modern Lounge/kitchen with white goods to include built-in hob & oven, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and a washing machine.
A cosy communal lounge with separate kitchen area, to the rear of the property you will find a patio area, ideal for BBQ's. No parking.
No Couples, No Sharers, No Students, No Smokers, No Children. Unsuitable for Pets. 1 x Professional Tenant Only.
Subject to references a UK based employed home owner may be required to act as a guarantor.
Nb. An annual household income of approx. £13,650 pa from permanent employment or pension income will be needed to pass reference checks.
If you are self employed, just starting a new job, zero hour, part time, agency, bank staff or furloughed please contact the office before booking a viewing.
Bills included – Water Rates, Council Tax, Communal area TV licence
Included Free Basic Broadband and bi-weekly cleaner
Excluding - Gas & Electric shared will all the tenants on your floor.
Bedroom TV Licence (Not Included).
05 Weeks Deposit
12 Month Contract.
nb. Tenants are not allowed to park in the rear Tesco's car park or store items in the communal areas. No parking is supplied. No storage is supplied.
For further information please call the Bishopston office today on .
EPC information Energy rating - D
The Flat Above
140-142 Cheltenham Road
Valid until - 28 August 2029
Certificate number Property type - Top-floor maisonette
Total floor area - 286 square metrestenant information
As part of our application process, no agency fees are due. Standard charges will include 1 week holding deposit, rent and a 5-week security deposit that will be payable before the tenancy starts.
An annual household income of approx. £13,650 from permanent employment or pension income will be needed to pass reference checks.
If you are self-employed, on a zero-hour contract, just starting a new job or furloughed please contact the office before booking a viewing.
Subject to references (affordability check, employment, previous landlord, credit check), a UK based employed homeowner may be required to act as a guarantor.
Nb. If you are a student then a guarantor will be required for each tenant.
Once registered we will add you to our email mailing list and update you with similar rental properties until you ask us to stop, if you do not wish to be added to our mailing list following your viewing please inform a member of staff when registering.
Please contact our Bishopston branch on to register your details, book a viewing and to discuss the referencing process.
Permitted Payments – Urban Property Bristol
Rent: A tenant's regular payment to a landlord for the use of the property.
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.
A refundable Tenancy Deposit of no more than five weeks' rent: 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.
Payments in the event of a default: Landlords and letting agents may require a tenant to make a payment in the event of a default (e.g.
Requesting a replacement for a lost key). The amount charged cannot exceed the loss suffered by the landlord. The tenancy agreement must specify the circumstances in which these payments may be required.
Charging to vary a tenancy: When a tenant has requested it, landlords and agents can charge to vary, assign or replace a tenancy. Such fees are capped at £50 unless the landlord can demonstrate that greater costs were incurred.
Payment on termination of a tenancy: Agents and landlords can require a tenant to make a payment for an early termination of the tenancy agreement at the tenant's request. The payment cannot exceed the loss suffered by the landlord or reasonable costs incurred by the letting agent.
Council Tax payments: Letting agents and landlords may require tenants to pay the Council Tax on the property they rent.
Payments for the provision of utilities: Agents and landlords are permitted to charge tenants fees associated with utilities, such as electricity, gas or other fuel, water or sewerage, if this is clear in the tenancy agreement.
Green Deal: Green Deal payments are exempt from the ban. Green Deal charges must be outlined in the tenancy agreement and prospective tenants must be made aware of any obligation to pay a Green Deal charge, so they can make an informed decision.
Payments for a television licence: A payment that a tenant is required to make to have a television licence is a permitted payment if the tenant is required by the tenancy agreement to make the payment.
Communication services: Agents and landlords are permitted to charge tenants' fees associated with communication services, such as telephone (other than a mobile), Internet, cable/satellite television, if this is clear in the tenancy agreement.
Urban Property Redress Scheme Details of your membership and name of the redress scheme – The Property Ombudsman – Membership Number: D13772.
Client Money Protection (cmp) Scheme Details of your membership and name of any client money protection (cmp) scheme – cmp - Client Money Protection - CMP006687.