Letting agent Shoreditch

Area Guide to Shoreditch

This East End trendsetter has always had a hedonistic side. Now a stomping ground for city and creative types, Shoreditch was once a rowdy hamlet just outside the city walls where Shakespeare honed his craft as prostitutes and poets revelled in the streets. Today, industrial-style loft apartments, Victorian terraces and warehouse conversions epitomise inner city living while the Tube, Overground and multiple bus routes offer brilliant transport links. 


Foodies flock to Shoreditch for a culinary scene that offers everything from street food to Michelin stars – the former at Truman Brewery and Dinerama, the latter at the Clove Club and Lyle’s – and there are plenty of quirky bars and old-school boozers. The arrival of the Ace Hotel and Shoreditch House may have refined things a little, but Shoreditch still knows how to have fun.


Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist lived in South Shoreditch, but today you’re more likely to find boutique brands like A.P.C and Aesop lining the Dickensian streets. Redchurch Street is a shoppers dream, as is Boxpark, the world’s first pop-up mall. On Brick Lane, discover vintage delights from every decade. From whiling away an afternoon at the Geffrye museum to catching the latest must-see at the Electric cinema, you’re never short of something to do in Shoreditch.


Tenancy information:

Found Property London Fees and Charges in England

Permitted charges in accordance with the Tenant Fee Act 2019 for assured shorthold tenancy:

Before the tenancy:
Holding Deposit - Maximum one week’s rent (may go on to form part of advance rent)
First month’s rent - In advance.
Tenancy Deposit - 5 weeks of agreed rent up to £50k rent per annum or 6 weeks of rent over £50k.

During tenancy:
Agreed upon rent in accordance to sign assured tenancy agreement. 
Early termination- Should the Landlord agree to an early termination of the Tenancy, the Tenant will be responsible for any financial loss suffered by the Landlord and all reasonable costs incurred by Found Property London in consideration of administering the early termination.
Late Rent - Interest charged at 3% above Bank of England base rate, when rent is more than 14 days late.
Lost key or security device - Equivalent to cost incurred.
Changing the tenancy documents (after the commencement of the tenancy) - £80 inc VAT.

During the tenancy you may expect to pay:
Utilities (gas, electricity, water)
Council Tax
Broadband, telephone, television licence
Subscription to cable/satellite supplier
Insurance (for your personal and own contents)
Garden maintenance
Parking permits

Please note: The Initial Monies will be confirmed and must be paid by debit card or bank transfer. We are unable to accept cash.
Found Property London is a member the Client Money Protection Scheme (CMP007939) and a member of a redress scheme provided by The Property Ombudsman (PRS023605).