Sublet your home
Subletting takes place when a leaseholder rents their home out to another person. Under the terms of our leases, leaseholders are not allowed to short-let their property for a period of less than 90 days.
Under the terms of your lease, your property can only be used as a single private flat for residential purposes only.
How to register a sublet
You can now register online using our registering a sublet/tenancy agreement form.
You can also register via email or post using the following details within 21 days of the arrangement starting and pay a registration fee of £30.
- a certified copy of the tenancy agreement with the subtenant
- an alternative postal address so that the accounts and any other formal notices can be sent directly to you
- a copy of the gas safety certificate for the property
- a contact number for you, and your managing agent if you have one, in case of an emergency
- a valid copy of Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) for the property.
Please send the above information via email to [email protected] or by post to
137 Lupus Street
Note: Renewing an existing tenancy agreement with your subtenant does not require another registration fee. We only require a certified copy of the renewal of the tenancy.
Points to note
It is important to understand your legal obligations as a landlord. You will be responsible for your subtenant's conduct. Please ensure your tenancy agreement includes the same rules and regulations that apply to you as the leaseholder.
If the property is sublet to a company, registered social landlord or other such organisation, then their subsequent sublet will be a further letting. This must also be registered, with payment of a further fee of £30 and a certified copy of that agreement.
If you are unsure about the above, please contact us on [email protected] or call 0800 358 3783.