Ending your tenancy
If you are moving and need to end your tenancy, you must let us know.
To end your tenancy you need to give 28 days notice in writing. We cannot accept a termination notice by telephone.
What you need to do
You can give notice in one of the following ways:
- Send us a letter telling us you want to end your tenancy. Please include your name, the address of your Link property and the address of the property you are moving into. You must sign the letter along with the joint tenant if there is one.
- Alternatively, download and complete the 'Termination of Tenancy Form' and return by Freepost. Again if you have a joint tenancy both people living in the property must sign this form.
- Complete the online form below. We will then post you a termination form for you to complete and return in a freepost envelope. Please note that we still require a signature for your notice to be valid.
What happens next
Once you have given your notice, a member of staff will call you to confirm your tenancy end date and property details, and make an appointment to visit you in your current home. This is known as a pre-termination visit. We will also write out to you to confirm these details.
At your pre-termination visit, we will check your property and let you know if you need to carry out any repairs or redecoration before you move. For more information about the standards we expect your property to meet when you move please refer to 'Expected Standard of your Property'.
Notification of end of tenancy
Please complete the form below to let us know of your intention to end your tenancy. Your notice period of 28 days will begin straight away, subject to us receiving a signed termination form. It is important you fill in all sections to allow us to process your termination quickly.