Excellent base for anyone looking for a comfortable place to stay for whilst visiting Bristol. Ground floor flat with garden. Central heating, modern, fully fitted kitchen. Internet, Plenty of free, unrestricted on-road parking and private parking. Bus stop for city centre right outside.
- You must not: obstruct access to the room or building. interfere or tamper with any fire alarm system or equipment nor impede any means of escape from fire. fix any television aerial, satellite dish and/or cabling to the fabric of the building or run wiring across any shared area of the building. paint or decorate any part of the room or building. make any alterations or additions to the fabric or surfaces of the building. apply sticky tape or adhesive to the walls or stick pins, nails or screws into the walls change or install any locks. interfere with or make any alterations to the heating, cooking, gas, electricity, water or drainage services or installations and not cause disconnection or obstructions and not cause disconnection or obstruction of any supply of services to or from the room or building. You must: comply with all Health and Safety legislation. familiarise yourself with fire escape routes and comply with the owner from time to time in connection with the evacuation of the building whenever a fire alarm is activated within the building. keep the room, kitchen, bathroom, WC and corridor in a reasonable condition so as to provide a safe and inoffensive environment for other licensees, the owner and contractors when inhabiting or visiting it. promptly report any disrepair, damage or defect affecting the room, the building or the contents. USE AND CONDUCT You may only use the room for your personal use only. You must not use the room for any business purposes. You must take reasonable care of the room, the building and the contents and behave as a reasonable and responsible occupier would normally do. All furniture or electrical items and appliances you bring into the room or building must meet safety standards for items of that type in accordance with current British standards and statutory regulations, The Communications Act 2003 states that you have to be covered by a TV licence to watch live TV on a TV set, a laptop, tablet or any other receiving equipment. It is therefore your responsibility to obtain a TV licence should you choose to watch live TV in your room or the shared social areas. You will not be covered under any licence that the owner may hold. YOU MUST NOT: remove any of the contents. interfere with the electrical installations in the building or use any equipment which is likely to overload the electrical circuits. put anything down the toilet or sinks or otherwise into the drains which is likely to block or damage them. interfere with the fabric of the building (for example; radiators) prepare and cook food anywhere other than in the kitchen. use a deep-fat fryer, including using a saucepan or chip-pan in a similar manner, anywhere in the building. smoke in any part of the building. allow naked flames, including candles, burners or joss sticks or any other living flame device, anywhere in the building. Use a barbeque in the garden except with the prior and express permission of the owner. use the room for any illegal or immoral purpose. generate levels of noise whether in the room or communal areas of a level that may disturb other residents or neighbours and in particular you must not generate any noise that may be heard in any neighbouring room or by any neighbour between the hours of 09.30pm and 8.30am. be violent or abusive or act in an intimidating manner, or threaten to do so, nor harass or threaten harassment on the grounds of race, colour, religion, sex, sexual orientation or disability. keep any firearms, weapons, knives (other than those required for general cooking or culinary purposes) or other dangerous items in the room or building. store rubbish other than in proper receptacles that are emptied regularly when, or before, they are full. keep any animal, bird, fish or other creature in the building, including the room. Bring any illegal drugs or substances whether for the licensee’s own use or otherwise unless prescribed by a medical practitioner. Bring any car, motorcycle, or bicycle or parts thereof into the building, nor effect repairs to any car, motorcycle or bicycle within the building. You agree to abide by and be bound by the rules set out in the resident’s manual ACCESS You must allow reasonable access to the room to the owner or any workman or anyone acting on his authority for the purpose of examining its state, condition and compliance with this licence agreement and the residents’ manual, or for carrying out work. The owner will normally give at least 24 hours’ notice but immediate access is to be given; in the event of an emergency, or to carry out inspections required by health and safety regulations, or where the owner has reasonable suspicion that a breach of this licence agreement has occurred or that the property has been damaged or tampered with.