Not sure if this is the right category (@Lee, could you please move to the right area if needed).
I’d like to find out what happens at the end of our Assured Shorthold Tenancy with GLL. We’d like to stay on a rolling monthly situation.
Shelter says this is what happens:
Options at the end of your tenancy
If you have an assured shorthold tenancy, you’re usually committed to renting the property for six months or a year.
Before this time is up, you need to decide what to do next. You could:
- sign a new fixed-term tenancy agreement
- do nothing and automatically move to a month-to-month tenancy – also known as a periodic or rolling tenancy
- tell your landlord that you’re going to move out at the end of your contract
I’ve read through the GLL AST agreement and it says:
4. GIVING NOTICE AT THE END OF THE FIXED TERM
Your Notice: You must give us at least one month’s notice in writing when you want to end the tenancy at the end of the fixed term
So it all sounds like that is the case but can anyone confirm this to be sure? Thanks in advance.