Why choose Parklane Properties?

At Parklane Properties we specialise in professional rentals in Leeds City Centre and surrounding areas such as Chapel Allerton & Headingley. 

  • Amazing choice of properties in Leeds

    Our professional accommodation properties range from one bedroom flats, apartments & studios to larger houses. 

  • Letting at the highest standard

    Priding ourselves on no hidden charges and providing full support, not just in finding a home but right through your tenancy, it’s letting at the very highest standard and that’s why we have loyal customers coming back time and time again.

  • Over 45 years experience

    With a growing portfolio of homes valued at over £150million, in locations ranging from the city centre to the trendy Chapel Allerton and Roundhay, our knowledge of the city means you give us a brief and we’ll find the accommodation.  

  • Dedicated team of professionals

    Our letting agents at Parklane Properties are innovative, and forward thinking with the customer at the very forefront at all times. If you are looking to rent a flat or studio apartment in Leeds we understand and listen to your needs while shortlisting the best available properties for rent.

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Locations we cover

Parklane Properties cover a huge range of locations in Leeds. Whether you're looking for a city centre chic pad or a shared house in the leafy suburbs, we've got something for you. 

Professional properties available in Leeds city centre & surrounding areas Hyde Park & Headingley.

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How can we help you?

Can't find what you're looking for? Browse our FAQs below.

Frequently Asked Questions
  • How can I find a property to rent?
    Parklane are specialists in the Leeds property market. The easiest way to keep up to date is to visit our website www.parklaneproperties.com/lettings which is updated regularly and includes full property details and photographs. You can also register on our mailing list, we will then email you as properties which match your requirements become available.
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  • How do I arrange to view a property?
    Contact our office, if you are not already registered with us, we will take your personal details and note your requirements. We will then arrange a mutually convenient appointment to accompany you to the property with an experienced member of our team.
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  • Now I have found a property to rent what is the application procedure?
    If you would like to apply to rent a property please contact the Lettings Negotiator who viewed the property with you. If your offer is accepted by the Landlord a holding fee is immediately payable. The holding fee is capped at the equivalent of 1 weeks rent, this amount will be deducted from your deposit amount if your referencing is successful. Our referencing is provided by a company called Vouch, they will contact you directly to complete your referencing online. 
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  • Will I need to provide personal identification?
    Yes, you will be required to submit a copy of your driving licence or passport. You may also be asked to provide copies of your recent wage slips or letter from your Employer confirming your employment.
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  • What if I have a CCJ?
    Any County Court Judgements (CCJs) must be declared on the application form but does not automatically result in an application being declined however, undisclosed CCJs will automatically result in a declined application.
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  • Will I need a Guarantor?
    Not always, however in certain circumstances you may be offered the opportunity to support your application by supplying a Guarantor. To meet the referencing criteria a guarantor must be in full time employment, have been a resident in the UK for the past 3 years and be a homeowner.
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  • I am an International student and my parents live abroad so I am unable to provide a guarantor. What can I do?
    Please talk to a member of the Lettings team to discuss making alternative arrangements.
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  • Do I need to pay a deposit?
    Yes, a deposit is a returnable sum and the amount payable will depend on the specific property. The total deposit amount is capped at the equivalent of 5 weeks rent.
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  • Who looks after my deposit?
    The deposit is safeguarded by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, which is administered by:  The Dispute Service Ltd, West Wing, First Floor, The Maylands Building, 200 Maylands Avenue, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7TG. Web: www.tenancydepositscheme.com Phone: 0300 037 1000 Email: deposits@tenancydepositscheme.com
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  • How do I pay the rent?
    The rent must be paid monthly in advance by Standing order. You will be provided with the appropriate bank details during the application process.
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  • What happens if something breaks down?
    Please contact your Property Manager at the office and we will arrange for a Contractor to attend. If you have an emergency outside office hours we have a 24-Hour emergency call out service.
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  • Who is responsible for utility bills?
    As tenant you are responsible for electricity, gas and water bills. You will be provided meter readings in your inventory at the start of the tenancy. You will also be responsible for payment of the Council Tax (Students are exempt from paying Council Tax).
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  • Do I need Insurance?
    This is strongly recommended. Tenants should take care to review any existing policies when renting a property as some standard insurance products will either not provide cover or might place restrictions on cover for rented property and /or its contents. Tenants are responsible for insuring any of their own possessions. There are various specialist insurance products designed for tenants.
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  • Can I end my tenancy early?
    On an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement you are legally bound until the end of your tenancy. If you wish to leave early please contact the office. Subject to consent by your Landlord we may be able to advertise the property to find a new tenant to move in to the property. As tenant you will be liable fall rent until the replacement tenant moves in.
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  • Will I get my full deposit back?
    We want to reimburse your deposit in full so please make sure the property is returned to us in a condition that is clean, lettable and without damage, exceeding reasonable wear and tear. Cleaning and removal charges are the most common deductions made against deposits. Please refer to your inventory which will detail the property condition at commencement of the tenancy. 
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