A stylish 1 bedroom Apartment. Situated within the prestigious 21 Wapping Lane development. This luxury one bedroom apartment boasts a high end finish with all which is necessities for Contemporary living. This spacious modern apartment benefits from an open plan reception room, brightly lit through the double aspect floor to ceiling windows, allowing the natural lighting to radiate throughout.
Along the cobbled dockside, includes popular restaurants, bars and coffee houses plus a large Waitrose Supermarket. London Underground and Docklands Light Railway services are conveniently located providing easy commutes into Londons key financial and business capitals in the City and Canary Wharf. With everything you could possibility wish for, residents also benefit from a 24 hour concierge service, luxury amenities include extensive fitness and leisure facilities.
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Permitted Charges in accordance with the Tenant Fee Act 2019
Under the terms of the Tenant Fee Act if you enter into an assured shorthold tenancy, payments which may apply will be as follows:
First month’s rent In advance
Tenancy Deposit 5 or 6 weeks depending upon the rental amount or a Deposit Replacement Insurance Product at a cost equal to 1 week’s rent where offered by the Landlord.
Holding Deposit Maximum one week’s rent
Early termination when requested by the tenant A charge not exceeding the financial loss experience by the landlord
Default charge for late payment of rent Limited to interest charged at 3% above Bank of England base rate, when rent is more than 14 days late
Default charge for replacement of lost key or security device Equivalent to cost incurred
Changing the tenancy documents after the commencement of the tenancy GBP41.67 excl. VAT | GBP50 inc. VAT
Utilities, communication services, TV licence and council tax
A Non Housing Act Tenancy is formed when one of the following criteria is in place:
• The annual rent exceeds GBP100,000 • The property is not used as a main or primary home • The property is occupied by an entity (Company let) rather that an individual • There is a Resident Landlord
Please speak with our branch staff if you need clarity on which tenancy might apply in your circumstances.
Under the terms of the Tenant Fee Act if you enter into a non housing act tenancy, payments which may apply will be as follows (exclusive / inclusive of VAT):
Tenancy Setup Fee drafting and execution of tenancy agreement if supplied by us, collecting and holding the Tenancy Deposit as Stakeholder (where applicable), issuing relevant deposit protection certificates (where applicable) GBP300 / GBP360
Check in Fee checking into the property and reviewing inventory Minimum of GBP115.00 / Minimum of GBP138.00
Comprehensive Reference Fee (per person, per company and per guarantor (if required) GBP50 / GBP60
Renewal Administration negotiating and drafting extension to the fixed term GBP150 / GBP180
Change of Sharer – During a fixed term GBP625 / GBP750
Change of Sharer – At Renewal of fixed term GBP250 / GBP300
Early Termination – Deed of Surrender GBP125 / GBP150
Late payment of rent Interest will be charged at 3% above the Bank of England base rate
Please note: The holding deposit can be paid on the Goodlord platform by debit card only. All other monies due must be paid via the Goodlord platform or into johns&co’ client account by direct bank transfer. We are unable to accept cash. We do not accept credit cards.
Water consumption is based on average water usage for the predicted occupancy of the property based on the number of bedrooms.
Total annual consumption (in cubic meters) is then averaged into a monthly cost.
Note: If you have 2 separate suppliers for water and sewage, you may receive 2 separate bills.