Apartments to rent in Glasgow
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We have a range of studio apartments available to rent at gh2o, our luxury development located at Glasgow Harbour.
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1 bedroom apartments are available to rent at gh2o, situated on the banks of the River Clyde at Glasgow Harbour.
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A selection of 2 bedroom apartments are available to rent within the gh2o development located at Glasgow Harbour.
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Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and the third most populated in the UK. The business capital of Scotland, Glasgow provides the perfect backdrop for modern professionals looking to settle in one of the most culturally ample cities in the UK.
The apartments available to rent in Glasgow are located within our award-winning gh2o development at Glasgow Harbour, in one of the most stylish and popular areas of the city.
Glasgow is home to a whole host of museums and galleries, sports and leisure facilities, as well as stunning theatres and an array of restaurants, pubs and clubs.
Glasgow city centre also boasts some of the best shops and boutiques in Scotland. With a choice of high profile department stores and specialist retailers, you’re bound to find yourself indulging in some retail therapy.
Picturesque countryside views are just a stone’s throw away and Glasgow is 45 miles from Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.
As well as a lively performing art sector, Glasgow is also home to the finest and most well preserved Victorian city centre in the UK.
One of the main reasons that Glasgow receives huge numbers of visitors each year is the variety of vibrant events that take place within the city. Events such as the Glasgow Riverside Festival and the Glasgow International Festival attract thousands of visitors each year.
The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery has a Visit Scotland 5-star rating and is Glasgow’s most visited attraction, whilst the Tramway, a museum which hosts a selection of unique exhibitions every year, is another popular destination.
Glasgow transport links
gh2o is ideally located for commuters, with easy access to both the Clyde Tunnel and Clydeside Expressway. Partick Train & underground station is situated 15 minutes walk away, whilst Glasgow Airport is just over 7 miles away.
Distances from our Glasgow apartments to local train stations in Glasgow city centre.
|Partick train station
||0.8 miles / 15 minutes walk
|Hyndland Railway Station
|1.3 miles / 20 minutes walk
|Exhibition Centre Railway Station
|1.9 miles / 7 minute drive
Glasgow Central Station
||2.6 miles / 10 minute driv
Glasgow Council Tax rates
These rates are for the full year and include water and sewerage costs.
Why rent with Dandara Glasgow?
We aim to make finding an apartment as easy as possible for you. Dandara's
ARLA registered staff have a vast knowledge of the Glasgow rental market and are fully equipped to find the best apartment to suit your needs at gh2o.
A dedicated team
We manage all of our apartments so you will have the comfort of dealing with Dandara staff during the course of your tenancy. We will be responsible for arranging any repairs and helping with any issues that arise in the property.
Call us on 0141 339 6591
Why use Dandara Glasgow Sales and Lettings?
- Variety of high quality apartments available
- Properties matched to your requirements
- All properties professionally managed
- Accompanied viewings
- Experienced lettings staff
Search for a Glasgow rental apartment now or call us on 0141 339 6591
We have a wide selection of continually changing rental properties – please email us with your individual requirements at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will match you with your ideal property.
The Glasgow rental process
A step by step guide to renting an apartment with Dandara Glasgow
Register with Us
To enable a perfect match between your requirements and our suitable rental properties, please email us with your individual requirements at email@example.com. Or if you'd prefer, you can call us on 0141 339 6591 or visit us at:
Dandara Glasgow Sales and Lettings
Ground Floor Office
357 Glasgow Harbour Terraces
Glasgow, G11 6EB
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Searching for your perfect property
Once we have a clear understanding of your requirements, we can match you up with suitable apartments and arrange viewings.
Viewings are conducted by appointment only, at a time convenient to you, 5 days a week.
Choosing a property
Once you have identified your perfect apartment, we will liaise with the Landlord on your behalf to secure the property. Once the Landlord confirms that they would like to proceed with the tenancy we will then ask you to fill in a ‘Tenant Assessment Application Form’, which will enable the vetting process to begin.
Once the reference checks have taken place and been accepted, Dandara will draw up a standard Tenancy Agreement and serve any statutory notices.
Dandara provide a free professional inventory, to the Tenant, prior to the commencement of the tenancy.
Rent and deposit
Dandara will collect the first month’s rent and 6 week's rent as a security deposit in cleared funds before the start of any tenancy. Please note that if you are paying the rental amount in advance we will require two months rent as a security deposit. A monthly standing order mandate will need to be set up to collect your monthly rent. Deposits will be held by Letting Protection Scotland (LPS).
Local authority and Utility Companies will be advised at the commencement of the tenancy and Dandara will provide necessary meter readings. Finally, Dandara will provide you with the relevant keys and check you into the property.
Throughout the tenancy
Dandara will inspect the property prior to occupation and during the tenancy and provide a written report to the Landlord. Dandara will also monitor your monthly rental payments and chase unpaid rent, keeping the Landlord informed at all times.
End of tenancy
At the end of the term of the tenancy we will check the inventory and schedule of conditions. Providing that the property has sustained only fair ‘wear and tear’ during the tenancy your deposit will be returned in full. If there is any damage to the Landlord’s property or possessions, we will apply to the LPS to deduct the amount required to make good.
Frequently Asked Questions about renting in Glasgow
What do I need to pay before moving in?
Dandara Glasgow will require the 1st month’s rent and 6 week's rent as a security deposit, in cleared funds, prior to commencement of the tenancy.
Who holds my deposit?
Your deposit will be held by the Letting Protection Scotland (LPS) as ‘agents of the Landlord’.
How long will it take before I can move in?
It depends on how quickly we get your reference forms back and how comprehensively they are completed. You can complete your application online which saves time and mean that you do not have to come into our office. When the referencing procedure has been completed, we will finalise your moving in date and move you in as quickly as possible.
Who manages the apartment?
At Dandara Glasgow we manage all of our properties which means that you will never have to deal directly with your Landlord, only with experienced Dandara staff.
Is the deposit refundable?
Yes, at the end of the term of the tenancy we will check the inventory and schedule of conditions. Providing that the property has sustained only fair ‘wear and tear’ during the tenancy, your deposit will be returned in full. If there is any damage to the Landlord’s property or possessions, we will apply to the LPS to deduct the amount required to make good.
Can I hang pictures on the walls?
This is allowed if picture hooks are used. As a general rule of thumb the apartment should be left as it was found minus ‘fair wear and tear’.
If anything breaks down who is responsible?
Providing that there is a genuine fault, the Landlord will be responsible for the charges incurred. Dandara will ensure that any faults will be looked at as soon as possible.
Can I have pets?
No, referring to The Tenancy Agreement, ‘The Tenant agrees with the Landlord not to keep any cats or dogs at the property and not to keep any other animals, reptiles or birds (or other living creatures that may cause damage to the property, or annoyance to neighbours) in the property.'
What is the minimum term for a tenancy?
The minimum term is 6 months.
I have another question that isn't covered here - what do I do?
Please call our Glasgow lettings office on 0141 339 6591 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Landlords, why use Dandara Glasgow?
At Dandara, we build and develop property of high repute, and for Landlords we provide a ‘one-stop shop’ to guide potential investors through every aspect of their buy-to-let investment.
Dandara’s in-house letting and management service is designed to take the hassle out of property investment and is offered exclusively to our purchasers. After finding you a tenant we look after them and your property throughout the tenancy, allowing you freedom from your everyday responsibilities as a Landlord.
Once let, Dandara’s Property Management service monitors all aspects of the tenancy, delivering peace of mind for our Landlords.
As your sole letting agent, Dandara will promote your property by advertising in local relevant publications and extensively on the web. This unique service gives one point of contact with access to a range of advertising mediums.
Dandara ensure that viewings are accompanied at all times by our own staff or appointed agents.
We offer competitive management fees at 10% + VAT
Letting your property with Dandara Glasgow
For all Dandara property owners, we provide a free current market evaluation. To request this you can call the Lettings team on 0141 339 6591 or email email@example.com.
Viewings can be conducted by appointment to suit prospective Tenants, 5 days a week. Dandara provide regular feedback to Landlords of viewer’s comments and appraisal of market conditions likely to affect rental levels.
Dandara Lettings negotiate with prospective Tenants relating to the monthly rental and the length of the lease together with associated issues to ensure the best possible deal for the Landlord.
Once suitable Tenants have been found Dandara will undertake full vetting of prospective Tenants including employers, bank, previous Landlords, personal references and credit checks as necessary.
When reference checks have been completed, Dandara will draw up a standard form of Tenancy Agreement and serve any statutory notices.
Dandara provide a free professional inventory, to both Landlord and Tenant, prior to the commencement of the tenancy.
Rent and deposit
Dandara Lettings will collect the first month’s rent and six week's rent as a security deposit in cleared funds before the start of any tenancy. A monthly standing order will be set up to collect the Tenant’s rent.
Local Authority and Utility Companies will be advised at the commencement of the tenancy and Dandara will provide necessary meter readings. Finally, Dandara Lettings will provide the Tenants with the relevant keys and check them into the Property.
Throughout the tenancy
Dandara Lettings will inspect the property prior to occupation and at regular intervals during the tenancy and provide a written report to the Landlord. Dandara will also monitor payments of rent from Tenants and chase unpaid rent keeping the Landlord informed at all times.
End of tenancy
At the end of the term of the tenancy we will check the inventory and schedule of conditions and deduct from the deposit paid by the Tenant any amount for damage to the Landlord’s property or possessions. We can accept no responsibility for damage to the Landlord’s property or possessions caused by the Tenant above the amount deducted from the Tenant’s deposit for any such damage.
Landlord's obligations - Glasgow Lettings
The Landlord must provide 3 sets of keys, entry fobs and a car park fob, if appropriate, a minimum of one week prior to commencement of any tenancy. Any shortfall of keys will be charged for at cost.
Furniture and furnishings
All furniture that the Landlord provides must comply with the Fire and Furnishings Regulations 1988 (amended 1993), which covers all upholstered furniture and furnishings. The Landlord hereby warrants that all furniture and furnishings in the property to be let, fully comply with the Fire and Furnishings Regulations 1988 (amended 1993).
The Landlord must notify his buildings and contents insurers of his intention to let so cover may be amended as necessary. We can provide you with details of any additional Landlord’s protection insurance you may require on request.
The Landlord should obtain the mortgage lender’s consent to the letting.
Whilst the Property is vacant the Landlord is responsible for the payment of Council Tax, water and electricity bills.
If the Tenant remains in the property at the end of their current tenancy and a new tenancy contract is drafted and signed by both parties, an administration fee of £75 + VAT is charged to the Landlord.
Under UK taxation law we are obliged to retain a percentage of income tax at the prevailing rate from rented property for a Landlord who is not resident in the UK. You can apply to the Inland Revenue to receive your income gross of tax. We are registered with the Centre for Non-Residents to operate this scheme and can supply you with an application form on request.
The Landlord accepts that when we receive the deposit from the Tenant as agents for the Landlord that we will pay or be deemed to have paid the full sum of the deposit less any deductions applicable pursuant to the terms of the Tenancy Agreement. No interest shall be paid to either party.
The Landlord undertakes to ratify whatsoever the Agents shall lawfully and reasonably do by virtue of this agreement and to indemnify them against all costs and expenses properly incurred by them in carrying out their duties and all other actions and acts pursuant hereto including legal expenses.
Terms and conditions - Glasgow Lettings
We will prepare a comprehensive Tenancy Agreement in accordance with Scottish Law to protect the Landlord’s interests. Our standard Tenancy Agreement is a Short Assured Tenancy Agreement, which is for a minimum term of 6 months renewable thereafter by mutual agreement. The cost of drafting this agreement is included in our letting fee. If the Tenant does not meet the requirements of a Short Assured Tenancy Agreement we shall draft a Non-Housing Act Tenancy.
We will obtain references on prospective Tenants as appropriate including employers, previous Landlord, banking and credit check as necessary. Where we can not obtain suitable references we shall approach you, as the Landlord, for your agreement to take six months rent in advance.
Immediately prior to the letting of the property we will prepare an inventory and schedule of conditions. At the end of the term of the tenancy we will check the inventory and schedule of conditions and deduct from the deposit paid by the Tenant, any amount for damage to the Landlord’s property or possessions. We can accept no responsibility for damage to the Landlord’s property or possessions caused by the Tenant above the amount deducted from the Tenant’s deposit for any such damage.
We will investigate any repairs necessary reported at the property and instruct contractors to carry out any necessary work. Repairs up to £150 will be carried out without prior reference to the Landlord and above that amount shall be subject to the Landlord’s prior approval. The Landlord is free to instruct his own contractors to carry out any work should he wish to do so. We reserve the right to instruct contractors to carry out emergency work or work necessary where we have been unable to contact the Landlord for prior approval.
Net rental transfer
We will automatically transfer the net rental receipts to your account when we are in receipt of cleared funds from the Tenant, Landlords are paid within 14 days by BACS transfer. We will deduct from these receipts any amounts outstanding from the Landlord for necessary repairs or maintenance carried out at the property.
In the event that it becomes necessary to take Legal action against a Tenant you will be responsible for instructing a solicitor and all subsequent fees.
Under the provision of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, it is a legal requirement that the agent must be able to identify their client. All Private Landlords must provide Dandara Lettings with a copy of their passport or EU Photo Driving Licence and proof of address to be held on file in accordance with Data Protection Act 1988.
Where there are joint Landlords (except for husband and wife) a copy of the relevant identification for each Landlord will be required.
Where the Landlord is a company, at least two Directors must provide us with the relevant information.
Termination of agreement
The Agency Agreement may be terminated at no charge when Dandara Lettings have not identified a suitable Tenant. However, where Dandara Lettings has introduced a suitable Tenant and the Landlord refuses to allow the tenancy to proceed, the Landlord will be liable to pay a withdrawal fee of £200 + VAT.