London Living Rent with L&Q at Queen's Quarter
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments to rent in the heart of Croydon
Rent your new home in Croydon with L&Q at Queen's Quarter
Located only an eight minute walk from East Croydon station, L&Q at Queen's Quarter offers a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments to rent with London Living Rent. Overlooking the newly refurbished Queen's Gardens, all apartments come with private outdoor space and brand new appliances. Book your viewing today.
- One bedroom apartments priced from £1,196.11 PCM (minimum household income of £41,525 required)
- Two bedroom apartments priced from £1,329.01 PCM (minimum household income of £46,835 required)
- Three bedroom apartments priced from £1,400 PCM (minimum household income of £49,670 required)
- Private balcony to every home
- Residents' roof terrace with views across London
- Brand-new appliances included
- Eight minute walk to BOXPARK and East Croydon station
- Available exclusively on the London Living Rent scheme
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 – sometimes up to as much as 50% less than a similar property on the open market. This helps you to save additional money each month, which can go towards buying a home through Shared Ownership.
Wondering if London Living Rent is right for you?
Watch what one of our customers has to say about renting with L&Q on the London Living Rent scheme.
- 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
- 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
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, county court judgements (CCJs) or Individual Voluntary Agreements (IVAs)
- Have exceeded your agreed overdraft amount or gone into overdraft without having an agreed overdraft in place