Rental FAQs

Find out more about renting at Warfield Park

If you have any questions which are not covered on this page, please get in touch with us, email or ring us on 01344 884666 and we would be happy to provide the answers.

How many properties do you have for rent?

We currently offer 76 properties to rent on shorthold tenancy agreements. The majority of our rental homes are within a dedicated part of the park called Harvest Lea, with the remaining scattered throughout the rest of the park. We currently have a waiting list for rental properties – if you would like to join that list please email or call us on 01344 884666.

How many bedrooms do your homes for rent have?

Our accommodation comes in 1, 2, and 3, bedroomed properties; each home has a garden with a shed (or garage), and parking for at least two vehicles.

How much does it cost to rent at Warfield Park?

Current rents start from £842per calendar month depending on size of the property. Other costs involved are Council Tax, telecom services and utility bills.

Do you allow pets?

We welcome up to two well-behaved domestic pets per property.

Do you have an age limit?

No, we welcome all ages.

What deposit will be taken?

A deposit of five weeks’ rent will be taken in advance of occupation. This is registered with ‘My Deposits’ – a government registered protected deposit scheme.

What is the rent, what is included and when is it due?

Your tenancy agreement will show you the total amount you have to pay for rent and when it is due. A portion of your rental payment contributes to the cost of maintaining the park’s external and communal areas.

How long is the tenancy and what happens afterwards?

Tenancies will typically last for six months, however, at the end of your tenancy you may decide that you would like to stay longer. Our staff will check you have met the terms of your existing tenancy before they renew your agreement.

What about repairs and maintenance?

We are responsible for repairing the structure and outside of your home, as well as our fixtures and fittings within the home. You are responsible for light bulbs, fluorescent tubes, fuses etc. as well as testing and replacing the batteries for the smoke alarm or carbon monoxide detectors fitted in the property. Blockages found within the home, ie: sink, basin, toilet or waste pipes are the tenants’ responsibility.

Will you make an inventory?

When you move into your home, we will complete an inventory which will list the conditions of the fixtures and fittings within the home.

Can I see the gas safety certificate?

Yes, you will receive a copy of the certificate, and when it is updated.

Are you a member of a landlord accreditation scheme?

Yes, we are a member of the National Residential Landlords Association (NRLA).