Panavia Court is the next phase of the already established Grahame Park; a vibrant new community in Colindale, NW9, just six minutes’ walk from Colindale tube station which is serviced by the Northern line. Available immediately, the development offers a contemporary collection of brand new one and two bedroom apartments to rent.
The properties boast large open plan living space, fully integrated modern kitchens, built in storage, sleek bathrooms(some include en suite), plus private balconies to all apartments. There is limited availability for on-site parking. Stylish David Phillips furniture packs available, for a complete finish to your brand new home at Panavia Court – additional cost applies.
The area is a thriving place to live, with local amenities just two minutes walk from the development including Sainsbury’s, a cash machine, Pharmacy and library. Cafes, restaurants and local gym can be found just a further six minutes away, along Grahame Park Way. Call us now to book a viewing, and don’t miss out on an opportunity to rent at this sought after development.
Panavia Court £100 John Lewis voucher incentive – terms & conditions
*Voucher incentive redeemable if you move into a market rent apartment let by Genesis at our Panavia Court development before 31st March 2017. This offer does not apply to any other properties let or sold by Genesis. Voucher paid when you rent directly from Genesis, and does not include renting via an agent or other third party. The incentive applies per apartment, not per individual. Offer not for commercial use. Genesis reserves the right to replace the Voucher supplier either with one or more of equivalent value from another suppler, at any time. Voucher will be paid within 20 working days of the move in date. Subject to availability.
Development address: Panavia Court, Bristol Avenue, Colindale, NW9 4BR
Contact our sales team to view our stunning show apartment. Next viewing: Saturday 18th February – other appointments available weekdays and Saturdays.
*Please note that the photography is of a typical Genesis home and is used for indicative purposes only.
Renting from Genesis means you can enjoy more security and more stability with tenancies available for up to 5 years on most of our properties. Our standard tenancy period is 1 year, but you can also take a tenancy for 2, 3, 4 or even 5 years’ subject to availability. Whatever length of tenancy you take, after the first 12 months of your rental you can give us 2 months’ notice if you need to move out.
Our properties are generally new build or nearly new, with contemporary kitchens and bathrooms. All feature quality white goods including a hob/oven, a fridge freezer and a washer/dryer. And you can also rent our properties furnished if you wish, at an additional charge.
We’re transparent about all our charges for letting; you can find details of our fees on the Arranging a Viewing section above and we also provide a quality service once you’ve moved in, with a dedicated property management team to assist with any queries as well as a 24-hour emergency repair service.
When you rent from Genesis, we realise you’re renting a home. That’s why we allow you to really make the place your own, from hanging up pictures to redecorating if you want to. All we ask is that you return the property to us at the end of your tenancy in the state you found it when you moved in.
If renting from Genesis sounds right for you, you’ll want to see some of the great properties we have available. Just look at the properties section on our website or call us.
Once we know what you’re interested in, we’ll book you into the next available viewing. You’ll be met by one of our advisors who’ll show you around the property and answer any questions you may have.
Once you’ve viewed a property and want to proceed, you’ll need to reserve the property. This means we’ll take it off the market for one week while we progress your application and we won’t accept any other offers during that time.
We’ll charge you a fee of £250 to reserve the property but if you move in, this fee will be deducted from your first month’s rent. If your reference check is not satisfactory and we cannot let you move in, we will refund your reservation fee. If your reference check is satisfactory but you then decide not to move in, we will retain your reservation fee.
If your reference check is satisfactory, we’ll agree a date for you to move in and you’ll then need to sign a tenancy agreement.
Reference check: Once you’ve reserved a property, you’ll need to undertake a referencing check. This is done with our partner, Let Alliance, and you will pay them directly. The maximum fee currently charged for this is £73.93 (inclusive of VAT) for referencing per applicant. We make no administration charge for this service.
Rent: If your tenancy begins during the 1st – 14th of a month, you will pay the remainder of that month’s rent only as your first payment. If the tenancy begins on the 15th or later, you will pay the remainder of that month’s rent and all of the next month’s rent as your first payment. Your Direct Debit will then begin on the 1st of the next month for your subsequent rent payments.
Deposit: Typically, you will provide 6 weeks’ deposit, but in certain circumstances you may be asked to pay more. We are required by law to place your deposit in a Government authorised tenancy deposit scheme. You will receive certification from the Deposit Protection Service within 30 days of your tenancy start.
Check in/check out: We make no charge for the check in process which is handled by an independent company on our behalf. You will be charged a check out fee when you move out, which will be deducted from your deposit. Fees for check out currently range from £80 – £115 depending on your apartment size.
You are responsible for all utility bills for the property such as Council Tax, Gas, Electricity and Water from the tenancy start date until tenancy end. You will be provided with meter readings for all utilities on move in and should notify suppliers appropriately.
You are allowed to make changes to the property, provided they are not structural in nature and that you have the written permission of your property manager. This will include hanging pictures and redecorating.
However, the property must be returned to us when your tenancy ends in the same state as detailed on your check in report. Please consult your property manager for further advice.