Signing your tenancy agreement

What does the process involve?

Once you have viewed the property and subsequently received a call to confirm that you have been made an offer, you will need to attend our office in order to sign the tenancy agreement.

In order for us to complete the sign up process you will need to bring the following items to your appointment;

  • your bank details to set up your rental payment
  • photo ID
  • your registration card (which you can get from the Population Office at Social Security)
  • confirmation of your estimated benefit from Income Support (if applicable)

Please note that the sign up process could take up to an hour to complete, and it is our policy to ask tenants to sign their Tenancy Agreement as soon as the property is available.

Application forms

​As part of your sign up process you will need to complete a number of forms to set up your rent account, and to ensure that your Income Support payments are managed correctly.

Should you wish to complete any necessary forms prior to your sign up appointment, you may download these documents below.

Download Direct Debit Application Form (size 79kb)​ ​

Download a Void Declaration form (size 76kb) 

Download 3rd Party Authority form (size 18kb)

Insuring your home

As your landlord we make sure that your home, and all of our properties are insured against all the normal landlord risks. However, this insurance does not extend to any of your possessions. Our insurance also excludes your carpets and other floor coverings in your home as well as the glass in the windows and doors of your home.

You will be aware from your Tenancy Agreement that you are required to have insurance for your home contents, including your glazing. It is also worthwhile checking that your insurance provides cover for lost keys as we do not keep any spare keys for your home. If you do lose your keys you will have to make your own arrangements to have the locks replaced and this will be entirely at your cost. Where you obtain your home contents insurance, and the type of cover you decide to get is entirely your choice.

Keeping Pets in your home

You will see from the agreement that you are not required to ask for our permission to keep a pet or multiple pets.

Your responsibilities as a tenant

Whether or not you are required to seek our permission to keep a pet, you have an absolute responsibility under the terms of your Tenancy Agreement to ensure that any pets you keep do not cause a nuisance to your neighbours. 
Where complaints of pet nuisance are received, they will be investigated and if proven, Andium Homes will require that you take immediate action to stop the nuisance from recurring.

Last modified: 06/09/2018

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