Introducing Divi

Landlords Property Access

There is some ambiguity regarding our rights to access tenanted properties. The law is clear in that we must allow you "quiet enjoyment" of your property. However, there may be times when we need to gain access and under the terms of your tenancy agreement, we are allowed to do this. The following page explains your rights and our rights with respect to accessing the property.

Tenancy Documents

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Damp and Mould Problems

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Heating Problems

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Landlords Property Access

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Giving Notice

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Reporting A Repair

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Flexibility For Renters

Whether it’s a short-term or longer-term rental contract, we provide the flexibility renters need and our high standard of accommodation means that our rooms are always in demand. Providing a property for Co-Living is about much more than being a landlord. It’s about creatign and fostering a community so taking care over the design and use of the communal spaces in the houses we purchase is vital and many of our renters look upon their new pad as a social hub. Our Co-Living colleagues want to meet and spend time with others in their shared house and their living space is more than just a room – it is their home.

Home Sharing Community

Humans are community lovers by nature – we are social creatures. Where once we lived in groups finding safety in numbers, we have in recent times become more cocooned within our own private walls.  The need for affordable housing has brought about the rise in co-living in houses of multiple occupation (HMOs), we call them Multi-Lets.  A Multi-Let houses a small community of people who find common ground and foster a sense of belonging. They want to get social and will look for social media groups to share common interests.  Tenants become part of a  community as soon as they move in, and this is something we encourage.

Community

Co-living is about bringing back a sense of community and connection to life in busy cities, by rethinking how we occupy the spaces we live in and providing shared spaces amidst private studios.  Enjoy private and personal space in a shared home with everything you need to  well.  Co-living is a new kind of modern housing where residents with shared interests, intentions, and values share a living space where they’re almost like a big family. Co-living is built on the concept of openness and collaboration, with the residents often sharing similar philosophical values.