When you become a tenant with Brent Council you enter into a relationship. Relationships need commitment from both sides to make them work and this one is no different. Brent Housing Partnership (BHP), on behalf of Brent Council, will treat you fairly and make sure we are respectful and polite. If we get it wrong, we will work with you to put it right as quickly as possible.
BHP will provide you with a place to live you can call home. In return you will pay your rent and keep to all your other tenancy responsibilities. The tenancy agreement you sign is a legal contract between us and the Tenancy Terms and Conditions sets out our joint responsibilities. Signing the tenancy means you are promising to keep your side of the agreement. If you struggle to do that and cannot sort it out yourself, get in touch immediately as we may be able to help.
By agreeing to move into a BHP managed property you agree to the following terms and conditions.
The English version of the Tenancy Terms and Conditions is the legal document that will be used and relied upon for the purposes of legal interpretation and for use in Court proceedings.
Translations from English may not always be accurate or precise and BHP and Brent Council do not warrant such translations and disclaims any responsibility, including all alleged direct and consequential damages, for inaccurate translations.
Many different dialects exist and a perfect translation is almost impossible. If you are uncertain as to your legal position regarding the content and interpretation of the Tenancy Terms and Conditions, you should seek independent legal advice.