Sub-Lettings for periods of less than six months

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THE LEASEHOLDER is required by Dolphin Quays (2009) Limited (“The Company”) to undertake the following;

1) In satisfaction of clause 4.16.5 to send, within one month of each under-letting, two certified copies of the documents effecting the under-letting to Dolphin Quays (2009) Limited, together with a registration fee of £30. There is currently no Vat payable on this fee. Copy documents and cheques for the payment of fees, which should be made payable to ‘Dolphin Quays (2009) Limited’, should be sent to Dolphin Quays (2009) Limited, 108 Reception, Dolphin Quays, The Quay, Poole BH15 1HH.

2) To lodge details with the Company and with Front Desk of the agent or other person appointed to let and manage the apartment, and to provide full contact details of that person, including a 24 hour emergency contact telephone number.

3) To record the identity number of each white security access card issued to agents or tenants, in order that lost cards can be identified and cancelled.

4) To undertake that each lead occupant shall be informed in writing of his/her obligations to conform to the covenants contained in the superior lease, and to take all reasonable steps to ensure that these covenants are adhered to.

5) To ensure that cleaning and servicing of apartments is undertaken via the rear stairways, lifts or car park, and not through the main reception lobby.

6) To ensure that no ‘stag’ or ‘hen’ party bookings are accepted.

7) To provide to Front Desk, in advance of arrivals, complete details of the lead occupier’s name, arrival and departure dates, number of guests in the party, their vehicle’s make and registration number, and a contact telephone number.

8) To notify the occupier in writing in advance of the access arrangements, car space number, and the location of the bin store, and to ensure that no vehicle is parked in any space other than the one allocated to that leaseholder’s apartment.

9) To ensure that the occupier shall not be permitted access to the property without first providing evidence of his/her identity and place of permanent residence.

10) To ensure that the occupier is made aware of the procedures and routes for evacuation in the event of fire or other emergency.

11) To ensure that, upon departure, the occupier returns all keys and security cards to the apartment owner or his agent.


In addition to being made aware of the covenants for good estate management set out in the superior lease, the Occupier shall undertake to abide by the following;

1) Not to bring any pet into the property, except guide dogs as may be required by law.

2) Not to exceed the permitted occupancy numbers for each apartment being two persons per bedroom (save for small children and babies in cots).

3) To ensure that neither the occupier nor his/her guests or invitees makes or permits noise within the apartment audible from within adjacent apartments, nor commits nuisance or annoyance to occupants of adjacent properties.

4) To double-bag all refuse, and to remove it to the bin store notified to them.

5) Not to use, or permit to be used, any balconies before 7am nor after 11.30pm and not to allow children to play on the balconies at any time.

6) Not to allow any items to be left outside apartment doors or within the common parts of the building, and to respect the amenity of other residents whilst moving about the building.

7) Not to barbeque or cook food on any balconies.