Rent your new home at L&Q at Brent Cross

L&Q at Brent Cross Town is set to become the cornerstone of one of Europe's largest regeneration projects, delivering over 7,000 homes in the heart of North London. Nestled within the London Borough of Barnet, this vibrant new district features exceptional shops, modern parks, and easy access to King's Cross St Pancras in under 15 minutes* via Brent Cross West station. Experience the revamped Brent Cross Shopping Centre and a bustling new high street south of the North Circular, offering diverse retail options, delightful local eateries, cozy cafes, and dynamic office spaces.

  • Two bedroom apartments priced from £1,286.24 PCM* (minimum household income of £38,865 required)
  • Private outdoor space to every home
  • Travel links providing access to King's Cross St Pancras in under 15 minutes*
  • Walking distance from the brand new Brent Cross West Station
  • Beautiful green open spaces in the surrounding area
  • Brent Cross shopping centre and high street shops nearby

What is London Living Rent?

Funded by the Mayor of London, London Living Rent is a Government-backed scheme that enables you to rent a home at a discounted rate compared to renting a similar property privately. This helps you to save additional money each month, which can go towards buying a home through Shared Ownership.

Eligibility Criteria:

You must:

  • Be able to provide one month’s rent in advance and five weeks rent as a tenancy deposit
  • Have the right to rent – proven by possession of British/EU/EEA Citizenship or a valid UK residency visa
  • Meet the minimum income and affordability standards – this will depend on the price of the home you are interested in
  • Minimum income requirements should be used as a guide and can vary depending on a household’s circumstances and financial commitments. The minimum income is based on a joint application and the minimum income for a single applications may be higher.
  • The minimum income for a two-bedroom home is £38,865
  • Have a formal tenancy (for example, in the private rented sector) or live in an informal arrangement with family or friends as a result of struggling with housing costs
  • Shared Ownership eligibility criteria will apply on your London Living Rent home, L&Q cannot guarantee you will meet future affordability requirements should you wish to buy a Shared Ownership home

You must not:

  • Already own a property or be in the process of buying
  • Have a household income that exceeds £60,000
  • Have an adverse rental history, for example, rent arrears or damage to a property
  • Have a history of bankruptcy, defaults which include late payments, county court judgments (CCJs) or Individual Voluntary Agreements (IVAs).
  • Have exceeded your agreed overdraft amount or gone into overdraft without having an agreed overdraft in place