Letting agent in Canary Wharf

Area Guide to Canary Wharf

Once a derelict ex-industrial docks, Canary Wharf is now a mini-metropolis home to London’s financial sector, luxe residences and a buzzing social scene. Making up the iconic London skyline, Canary Wharf sets the bar for apartment living, but you’ll find a few Victorian terraces and modern townhouses too. Situated on the DLR and Jubilee line, the West End is just 10-15 minutes away. 

 

Canary Wharf may be a business hub, but it isn’t all work and no play. Among the gleaming glass skyscrapers, you’ll find restaurants to satisfy every craving, from Japanese fine dining at Roka to street food at Giant Robot. Shopping options are equally bountiful, with high street and high-end brands rubbing shoulders in the multiple sleek malls.

 

From kayaking to stand up paddleboarding, take advantage of Canary Wharf’s riverside location at the Docklands Sailing and Watersports Centre. On dry land, learn about the history of the area at the Museum of London Docklands, visit the Alpacas at Mudchute City Farm, break a sweat at one of Canary Wharf’s boutique gyms or get Zen in the oasis of calm that is Crossrail Place’s rooftop garden. 

Fees

Refundable Holding deposit

Capped at 1 weeks rent

Security Deposit

Capped at 5 weeks rent for annual rental under £50,000, or 6 weeks rent for annual rental over £50,000

Rent

The agreed monthly rent

Changes to tenancy

Capped at £50 inc VAT

Early termination charge

Not exceeding the landlord’s financial losses

Late payment of rent

Interest of 3% above BoE base rate for each day the rent is late, once it is 14 days overdue

Replacement keys

Reasonable costs or give the tenant the option to purchase themselves

Utilities, council tax, communication services, TV Licence etc

Tenants own responsibility unless otherwise stated in contract

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Property Redress Scheme  Membership details

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