There is great demand for rented property in the Royal
Borough, and rents can be very high. These pages offer advice on
looking for rented accommodation, and suggestions on where to
look, as well as ways the Council can help tenants in the private
If you would like advice or information regarding debt, here you
will find some agencies that may be able to help you.
All deposits (for rent up to £25,000 per annum) taken by
landlords and agents for assured shorthold tenancies in England and
Wales have had to be protected by an authorised tenancy deposit
All new tenancies require an Energy
Performance Certificate. This should be provided by your
Tips to help you avoid disappointment while
looking for rented accommodation in the Royal Borough, and advice
on how to stay safe.
Kensington and Chelsea has many voluntary organisations and
charities, which can provide you with independent housing advice,
in addition to that provided by the Council.
This scheme provides financial help to help homeless households
move into accommodation in the private rented sector.
The Tenancy Relations Service is provided by the Council for the
benefit of private sector landlords, tenants and leaseholders. It
aims to promote good relations between landlords and tenants and to
encourage good practice in the rental sector.