Conditions for using our garages
The tenancy shall be on a weekly basis and may be determined by the Council or the tenant by not less than four weeks’ written notice, expiring on a Monday. At the end of the tenancy, the keys of the garage, together with any rent due, must be handed to the Council. The weekly rent is due on Monday of each week in advance, monthly accounts to be settled on 14th of each month.
- The tenancy of the garage cannot be assigned or sublet.
- The garage is to be used for garaging a private car, or motor cycle combination only. Trade and business vehicles are not to be stored in the garage.
- The tenant shall not do anything to cause annoyance or nuisance to occupiers of adjoining premises and shall not permit oil, grease or other deleterious matter to enter the drains and sewers in the adjoining roadway, nor deposit such matter on the land.
- The tenant shall not fix any engine or other power for driving machinery in the garage.
- The storage of petrol, calor gas, propane gas cylinders or any other hazardous or flammable substances is prohibited.
- The garage and forecourt must be left clean and tidy.
- The Council has the right to enter and inspect the garage to ensure that the tenant is complying with the terms of the tenancy agreement. The Council will give at least twenty-four hours’ notice of the visit. However, in an emergency, the Council has the right to force entry and carry out any emergency repairs.
- The tenant will be recharged for the cost of repairing any damage to the garage not caused by ordinary wear and tear. On termination of the tenancy, the garage must be left in an empty, clean, condition and free of all rubbish. Keys must be returned to the Council.
If any of these conditions are broken, Notice to Quit will be given and the garage repossessed.