If we find out that a tenant has moved out and is subletting their home, we will take action to end the tenancy.
What about lodgers?
Taking in a lodger is where you rent out a room in your home to someone else but you keep living in the property. Tenants are able to take in a lodger but you must make sure that:-
- You inform us that you are taking in a lodger.
- You don’t give your lodger a tenancy agreement.
- You don’t move out.
- The lodger doesn’t have exclusive use of any part of your home except their bedroom.
- You must not charge a lodger more than the rent for the property.
If you have any queries about sub-letting or taking in a lodger then please 'Contact Us'.