Ace Anglia worked with Orwell Housing to create an accessible guide to renting. The document explains: Click here to see what your lease might look like. The lease agreement is a Statutory Periodic Periodic Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement – the lease agreement (page 1) displays a start date and an end date – this end date does not mean that you have to move or that your rental is over. This is only the fixed term, usually a period of six months after which the lease only continues every month until termination. Please note that you must inform us that you are leaving for the property 28 days before your last day. The document can be edited and is available to everyone. You can use it to write down your rental details. The form is in PowerPoint format and you can edit the words and images to make it personal. Click here to read an easy read guide to your rental agreement. Please use this link to download the document: Rental Agreement (an easy-to-read guide) The web-translated versions of this publication are available in the support files: It is important that changes are reported to the housing allowance as soon as you or your support staff members become aware of a change.
You can contact us and tell us if you are leaving the property, if you are moving to another room or if the ESA has stopped for any reason, which automatically stops your housing allowance. As long as we know, we can start to solve the problem. In Errata has been published 07/12/2017 for the full list of changes – Eratta An Errata has been published 10/02/2019 for the full list of changes – Eratta Thanks to Orwell Housing for funding this collaborative project. Polonais (format PDF) Punjabi (format PDF) Urdu (format PDF). . . .