In order to decide whether you’re allowed to have a pet, your tenancy agreement or lease will be reviewed, if you live in a block of flats, any managing agent agreement, conveyance or lease for the block will also need to be reviewed by us.
In a block of flats the tenancy agreement and the building lease will be looked at.
Sometimes, even if your agreement allows pets, the agreements we have on the whole building might not.
Some managing agents will have their own pet policy which has to be adhered to, so if a building lease or management agreement does not allow for pets, then we will not be able to give you permission.
Where a managing agent does allow pets, but we feel the design, size or location of the property, block of flats or retirement scheme is not suitable for pets, we can decide not to allow them.