A spacious recently refurbished self-contained studio flat conveniently located for Acton High Street and Acton Central station. Utility bills included
The studio is set on the raised ground floor of Victorian terraced house which has just been recently refurbished, offering kitchenette fitted with combi microwave and fridge freezer, en-suite fully tilled bathroom with shower. Further features include hardwood flooring, central heating, double glazed windows and high ceilings. All utility bills are included in the rent apart from council tax. Conveniently located for all amenities of high street and Acton Central station. Furnished
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From June 1st 2019, landlords and agents are no longer able to charge a number of fees in England for new tenancies signed on or after that date.
The Tenant Fees Act sets out the Governments approach to banning letting fees for tenants. The key measures of the Act include:
Tenancy Deposits must not exceed the equivalent of five weeks' rent (unless the annual rent exceeds 50,000 in which case deposits are capped at six weeks rent). Holding Deposits will be capped at no more than one weeks rent. The amount that can be charged for a change to a tenancy will be capped at 50 unless the landlord demonstrates that greater costs were incurred.
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A change or early termination of a tenancy when requested by the tenant. Utilities, communication services and Council Tax. Payments arising from a default by the tenant where they have had to replace keys or a respective security device, or a charge for late rent payment (not exceeding 3% above the bank of England base rate).