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- Benchmarx Parma Range fitted kitchens
- Zanussi appliances
- Armo white wall tiling to bathrooms
- Old Oak Matt Oiled laminate flooring to the living area
- JHS Carpet to bedrooms
- Cycle storage
- Easy access to tube, bus and rail links
- Minutes walk to Harrow town centre
Below is a Predicted Energy Assessment (PEA) for a flat in Le Bon Court.
From high street shops to artisan bakeries, Harrow is a great shopping destination. Enjoy a day out with friends at nearby St Anns and St George’s Shopping Centres, with all your favourite fashion retailers, from Topshop to Marks & Spencer.
You could catch a Hollywood blockbuster at Vue Cinema or enjoy the latest extravaganza from Bollywood at the Safari Cinema, or enjoy a handmade cupcake at Miriam’s Munchies, a local independent bakery.
For a afternoon tea, head to The Dolls House on the Hill, a cosy vintage teashop around the corner from world-renowned Harrow School, or try The Castle, a classic Victorian pub with open fires, wooden floors and original fittings.
If teeing-off is more your thing, Harrow Hill Golf Course is just a 10 minutes’ walk from The Porter Building. Sports enthusiasts can also enjoy the local Fitness First gym at St George’s Shopping Centre.
With many great restaurants on Station Road, a Tesco Express and a Post Office within St Anns Shopping Centre, this area offers all of the amenities you could wish for.
The nearest large supermarket is Morrisons at Trident Point, just 10 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by car.
Priority will be given to applicants currently living and/or working in the London Borough of Harrow or current social tenants in the London Borough of Harrow.
- You currently live in a private or social rented property in London.
- Your maximum household income is £60,000, and you don’t have enough savings to purchase a home (including through shared ownership) in the local area on the open market.
- An Independent Financial Advisor may assess applicants to make sure that they are currently unable to afford to buy a home.
- You earn enough to save for a deposit. We need to be sure that applicants have the potential to save for a deposit over the tenancy period. So we’ve set a minimum household income that applicants need to be earning to apply for the scheme. The minimum household income is based on the Market Rent in the local area. At Le Bon Court, the minimum household income requirement is:
- £36,000 for a 1-bedroom apartment
- £43,000 for a 2-bedroom apartment
- You can provide one months’ rent in advance and one months’ rent as a security deposit.
- You can demonstrate your ability to pay the rent (without recourse to Housing Benefit) and accumulate savings.
- Le Bon Court must be your primary residence and you must not own a property either in the UK or abroad.
- You are employed on a permanent contract or a temporary contract with 6 months remaining, the original contract being issued for at least 12 months.
- You can supply 3 months payslips or, if self employed, a full year accounts / A302 form.
- You meet lenders general criteria to obtain mortgage finance.
- You have no history of rent arrears from previous properties within the last 12 months or have not breached the terms of a tenancy agreement.