An important part of that process is checking your financial and credit referencing history as well as your ID.
There is always a high demand for rental property, so to ensure your application is processed quickly, it is useful to have all your information ready and to hand for checking.
Applications can be downloaded from the Tenant Services section and handed into the office.
Please note that all applicants must be in a position to:
Deposits are protected during the tenancy and are returned provided there are no issues at the end of the tenancy period.Further Information
Alterations, additions or redecoration to the Property may not be made without the Landlord's consent, this includes nails in walls and curtain poles etc.
The property should be kept in good order and in the event of repairs or maintenance being required, please see information from link below to report a repair to us.Report a Repair
To protect boilers and pipes and prevent freezing, heat should be maintained at a low level when the property is unoccupied during holidays etc. and during the winter months.
In most cases condensation is caused by poor ventilation or heating. The tenant is required to take reasonable steps to heat and ventilate the Property in order to help prevent condensation. Where such condensation may occur, take care to wipe down and clean surfaces with an appropriate solution and ventilate regularly to prevent the build-up of mould growth or damage to the property.
Please note that it is the tenant's responsibility to make good any damage caused to the property caused by condensation.
To reduce the risk of condensation:
The tenant is responsible for providing contents insurance for all their personal belongings.
The tenant may not smoke in the property.
Smoke alarms and where appropriate carbon monoxide alarms will be provided, but it is the tenants responsibility to ensure batteries are replaced when required and the alarms are tested at least once a month. Should there be a problem, advise the office immediately using the link below.Report a Repair
Where applicable a Gas Safety engineer will carry out regular 12 month checks of any gas boilers or gas appliances.
Keys are provided at the start of the tenancy and either the Landlord or the office need to be advised immediately if one is missing and before a replacement key is cut.
Where a key is broken in the lock, the office should be advised immediately via firstname.lastname@example.org and a locksmith will be arranged. There is a charge for this and this will be made to the tenant.
Please note that if a tenant is to loose keys, it is their responsibility to pay for locks to be changed and a copy of new key must be provided to McMillan.
At the end of the tenancy, all keys provided at the start of the tenancy must be returned. If all keys are not returned, locks will be changed and the costs deducted from the tenants deposit.
It is the tenant's responsibility to ensure they have a valid TV licence.
Managed properties are inspected at least three times per year by McMillan.
At the start of your tenancy you must register as the current occupant with any utility providers. Please note at the end of your tenancy you will need to contact them again with final meter reading to close your account.