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3 bedroom detached house
- Zero Carbon Home
- Detached House
- Eco friendly fixtures and fittings
- New build
- Two bathrooms
- Large garden
- Garage & drive
- Part of the Germany Beck Development
- £950 per month for 80% share of market value
- Available 10th January 2022
A 100% environmentally friendly 3 bedroom detached new build property located on the brand new Germany Beck site situated in the extremely popular and high sought after Fulford area of York.
This is part of a scheme with Persimmon Homes and the University of Salford to find out more about the benefits of building environmentally friendly homes across the UK. This would ideally suit residents with ties to York through either family or work, be electric car driver (or at least have one in the household), looking to improve their carbon footprint and would be willing to help the developers learn and develop homes for the future.
This property benefits from an entrance porch, good sized living room, dining kitchen kitchen and separate WC to ground floor. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms, an en-suite and family bathroom.
Externally the property has gardens to the front and rear as well as garage.
In addition to this the property will come with eco fixtures and fittings such as solar panels, an air source heat pump, a water heat recovery system and much more.
No smokers, no pets. Available: 10th January 2022. The property is offered for rent at £950 per month representing a 20% discount from market rental value in recognition for working in partnership with Persimmon Homes
General Remarks - Tenancy special conditions
1.Right of entry to inspect equipment etc
The Tenant acknowledges and agrees that the Landlord (and those authorised by the Landlord which shall include staff consultants or students of the University of Salford (the University)) will have a right of entry to the Premises between the hours of 8am to 6pm on any Monday to Friday (both inclusive) and having given no less than 48 hours prior notice (and the Tenant shall use all reasonable endeavours to facilitate such entry):
1.1 to maintain inspect fit replace renew and inspect measuring and monitoring equipment pertaining to energy and/or heat usage supply saving and efficiency (together the Plant). The Landlord agrees that no visual or sound recording (such as for interviews and the like) will take place without the Tenants express written consent);
1.2to allow and enable the Co-Heating Test (as defined below) to be undertaken
2.The Co-Heating Test
2.1 The Landlord and the Tenant acknowledge that the Co-Heating Test may be carried out in the Winter period between 1 November 2021 to 28 February 2022 for a period of approximately 14 to 21 days (but in any case not more than 24 days). This test can only be performed when the external temperature is cold enough. It measures the buildings actual thermal performance vs its modelled performance. The Tenant acknowledges that it requires the building to be in an uninterrupted state for circa 14 to 21 days.
2.2 The Landlord shall give to the Tenant no less than 14 days prior notice in writing as to when the Co Heating Test is proposed to be commenced (although it is acknowledged and agreed by the Tenant that if notice of a date for the Co Heating Test is given to the Tenant prior to the date of this Agreement the period between the giving and that notice and the date of this Agreement will accrue towards the total notice period) and shall give reasonable notice to the Tenant as to the date upon which the Co Heating Test is likely to be concluded. The period between and including the date that the Co-Heating Test shall begin and the date on which the Landlord states that the Tenant may re-take occupation of the Premises shall be known as the Test Period.
2.3 The Tenant agrees that during the Test Period it shall not be permitted to use occupy or enter the Premises and that accordingly the Tenant will need to move out and take all its necessary belongings with it.
2.4 It is agreed by the Tenant that the Landlord reserves the right invoke a further Test Period (by giving to the Tenant as stated above) if the Landlord can reasonably demonstrate that the Co-Heating Test was not adequately completed for whatever reason (for example (but not limited to) unsuitable weather conditions, equipment failure, unexpected breach of perimeter access etc).
2.5 During any Test Period no Rent shall be payable.
2.6 As (total) compensation for the inability of the Tenant to occupy use or enter the Premises during any Test Period the Landlord shall pay to the Tenant (i) the sum of £[ insert ] for each week of any Test Period (and on a pro rata basis for periods less than a week) such sum or sums to be deducted from the next rental payment or payments due after the relevant Test Period . The Tenant agrees that the payments to be provided under this Clause (by way of deduction) shall represent its full entitlement to compensation for the inability to occupy use or enter the Premises. For the avoidance of doubt the rent free period and compensation payment has been designed and agreed to cover the cost of accommodation elsewhere along with removals and storage and insurance and utilities and subscriptions to services and known disturbance and inconvenience.
3.The Tenant agrees to promptly and diligently provide all such reasonable participation as requested by the Landlord in connection with the Plant and the use and monitoring of it, including but not limited to being interviewed, abiding by all instructions use the Plant and to trial different methods of system operation, complying with instructions to turn on/off or replace parts of the Plant (the costs associated with any replacement or renewal of parts shall be borne by the Landlord save where caused by the negligence or default of the Tenant).
4.The Tenant agrees not to damage or harm the Plant and to take all such precautions as are reasonable necessary to ensure the Plant is not damaged and to promptly notify the Landlord in the event that any damage is caused. In the event damage is caused or permitted or suffered to be caused by the Tenant the right of entry at Clause 1.1 may be exercised without the Landlord giving notice.
5.The Tenant agrees not to change alter or interfere with the Plant or any part or parts thereof (other than the daily standard operation in accordance with the Landlords or the Universitys instructions) without first seeking and obtaining consent of the Landlord or the University. If any changes and/or alterations are made (whether intentionally or by mistake) the Tenant must immediately inform the Landlord and/or the University.
6.The contact details for the Landlord and the University are as follows:
7.The Tenant shall not to alter the electricity supplier to the Premises without the written consent of the Landlord.
8.The Tenant shall not knowingly or recklessly behave in such a manner as to impact on what might be considered reasonable and sensible operation of the Premises in terms of energy efficiency norms (eg, without limitation, operating full heating on constant with windows open). The Landlord will provide to the Tenant a handover pack and briefing and point of contact to facilitate normal ongoing operation of the Plant.
9.If at any time living in the Premises causes discomfort or hardship to the Tenant (on account of the provisions in these Special Conditions that pertain to the Plant), the Landlord will act reasonably and in good faith and will work in cooperation with the Tenant to resolve any such issues so that living in the home is reasonably comfortable and reasonable affordable in all the circumstances.
10.The Tenant shall not have any dealings with the Press or social media or any third party (other than the University) in connection with the ongoing tests and experiments pertaining to the Plant the Property or any other property connected with this project without the express prior written permission of the Landlord.
11.The Tenant shall comply with reasonable requests from the Landlord in respect of statements to the Press and Media about living in the Premises and the Plant. The Tenant hereby accepts and gives its consent for images of the Tenant and the Premises (inside and out as necessary) and its words (spoken or written) to be reproduced by the Landlord and any Press or Media in connection with the use of the Premises as a Zero-Carbon Home.
12.The Tenant acknowledges that there is likely to be interest from the media the Construction Industry and possibly other organisations such as the government, local government and non-governmental organisation in the Property. Subject to having received from the Landlord no less than one-weeks notice the Tenant will allow visits of people or groups comprising no more than 5 visitors (excluding the Landlord or University) of such interested parties for up to a maximum of 2 hours per time and at a frequency of no more than once every two months (averaged over a twelve month period) and subject to such visitors being always accompanied by a representative of the Landlord or the University.
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