If you want to give up your garage or lockable parking bay you will need to give one week’s notice in writing, expiring on a Sunday, by completing the notice to quit form below, which also includes our terms and conditions.
To complete the form, save it to your computer and click the 'Enable all features' button and email it as an attachment to email@example.com. Alternatively, you can print the form and send it to us.
- You must return your garage keys to City Hall no later than the next working day after the tenancy expires. If they are not returned on time you will continue to be charged the full weekly rent until the keys are returned. You can drop them off in the customer centre between 8.45am and 5pm, Monday to Friday or post them to City Hall using the address below. (Which ever method you choose, please include the tenant/s name and garage address with the keys).
- The garage must be left clear of contents and rubbish. If any items are left, you may be charged for the cost of removal.
- You cannot pass your tenancy on to anyone else. A new application will have to be made.
- We can also give you one week’s notice in writing, expiring on a Sunday.
We can repossess the garage by sending a seven-day Notice to Quit if you break the terms of the tenancy agreement or fail to keep your rent payments up to date.
When the notice expires we can end the tenancy and change the locks. Any possessions in the garage will be stored for collection for a limited time. Further legal action may be taken to recover any debt and we may charge for the cost of changing the locks