Rookery Grove apartments to rent

Rent your new home in Hendon at Rookery Grove

Welcome to Rookery Grove, your next rental home in the heart of Hendon, Northwest London. Studios, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments available to rent through the London Living Rent Scheme. Launching in Summer 2023, register your interest to keep up to date with the launch or discover what other properties we have available now below.

  • Studios, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments available to rent
  • Brand-new appliances included
  • Nearby large green spaces such as Sunny Hill Park, Woodfield Park & Fryent Country Park
  • New Brent Cross redevelopment will see 150 retail stores, 50 restaurants, cinema & hotel
  • Walking distance to Northern Line services at Hendon Central and Colindale Underground Station
  • Available exclusively on the London Living Rent scheme

What is London Living Rent?

London Living Rent (LLR) is designed for people who are currently renting and want to get onto the property ladder but can’t afford to do so yet – either through Shared Ownership or on the open market.

LLR allows you to rent a home at a discounted rate, sometimes up to 50% less than you would expect to pay for a similar property on the open market. LLR helps making saving towards purchasing a home more achievable.

The main benefit to renting an LLR home is that you can go on to purchase the property that you already call home. As an LLR renter, and through our Shared Ownership scheme, there is no need to move elsewhere when you’re ready to purchase.

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Wondering if London Living Rent is right for you?

Watch what one of our tenants has to say about renting with L&Q on the London Living Rent scheme.

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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
  • 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