Letting agent in The City

Area Guide to The City

London’s iconic Square Mile might not seem like the most obvious place to set up home but an influx of bars, shops and restaurants (and six mainline train stations) make it a covetable residential area that’s perfectly positioned for the young professionals working in the surrounding historical buildings and modern skyscrapers.


Naturally, London’s financial heartland isn’t short on destination dining. Take in breath-taking views of the city from Duck & Waffle, London’s highest 24-hour restaurant or sample some of the city’s best food spots at Bloomberg Arcade. South Place Hotel is the perfect spot for a post-work or weekend cocktail.


From high street names to luxury brands, sleek One New Change has your shopping needs covered, and you could spend a whole day at the Brutalist Barbican centre, a buzzing arts venue with exhibition spaces, a cinema, music hall and conservatory housing a hidden tropical oasis.


As you’d expect from an area that began as a Roman settlement, history is everywhere, from St Paul’s Cathedral to the Tower of London. Up your knowledge of the capital at the Museum of London or grab a moment of peace in Postman’s Park. 



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


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

Client Money Protection Scheme Membership details

The law requires your membership details

Property Redress Scheme  Membership details

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