Branch address

Regal Asset Managers Limited
T/A Regal Estates
383 High Road, Willesden
London NW10 2JR

T: 020 8459 2530

Opening hours

Monday – Friday: 9.00AM – 6.00PM
Saturday: 9.30AM – 3.00PM
Sunday: Closed.

If you call the office outside of these hours please feel free to leave a message and one of our team will get back to you during opening hours.

Out of hours

Emergency contact numbers:

T: 020 8459 9444
T: 020 8459 9447
T: 020 8459 9443

Useful information

Transport: The nearest tube station to our office is Dollis Hill located on the Jubilee line. We are located a very short walk from Willesden Bus Garage and bus routes 52, 98, 260, 266, 302 & 460

Parking: Pay & Display parking on surrounding roads or free parking for a short period available at B&M Willesden.

Tenant Responsibilities When Renting a Property

If you are a first-time renter or an existing tenant looking for more information about your responsibilities when living in rented accommodation, take a look at what will be expected of you below.

Property care

While living in rented accommodation, you are responsible for treating the property with care and ensuring any issues are reported to the managing agent and landlord.

Property care includes things like:

  • Reporting any repairs or maintenance that may be required
  • Where possible, ventilating the property to minimise condensation and mould
  • Changing lightbulbs and ensuring batteries in carbon monoxide alarms are working
  • Keeping the property clean and disposing of waste

Please note that any other furniture, fixtures and fittings that are damaged beyond standard levels of wear and tear may have to be paid for out of your deposit at the end of the tenancy.

General behaviour

While living in the property, you will be expected not to demonstrate anti-social behaviour that could raise complaints from neighbours or other tenants you are living with.

You should also adhere to the tenancy agreement rules regarding smoking – although, in shared accommodation, it is unlikely to be allowed in communal areas used by others.

Leaving the property / Ending the Tenancy

When you want to end a periodic tenancy, follow the notice period set out in the agreement. You may be able to end the arrangement sooner, although the landlord must agree to this.

Fixed-term tenancies work a little differently, so unless there is a break clause, you may have to wait until the end of the contract.

If you leave the property without giving proper notice, you could still be liable to pay rent, even if you are no longer living there.

Looking to rent a property in Willesden Green?

If you are thinking of renting a property in Willesden Green or the surrounding North West London areas, contact our expert lettings team today or browse our available properties to rent.

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