We own and manage garages on a number of sites and rent these out to private residents and businesses, as well as to council tenants and leaseholders.
Garages let to council tenants, council leaseholders and private residents
Garages are let for the sole purpose of keeping a vehicle only. Please note that council tenants and wherever possible, residents living in the vicinity of any garage site, will be given priority when offering a garage for let.
Here is information to help you:
- Apply for a council garage
- Terminate your garage lease
- Report a repair
- Report a fly tipping issue
How much do they cost?
Garages rents are charged by the week and rates are reviewed every year in April. Weekly garage rental charges.
Council tenants & leaseholders
£12.83 a week
Council tenants and (in some circumstances) council leaseholders do not pay VAT
£15.40 a week (VAT included)
How to apply for a garage
If you are a council tenant and your rent account is in arrears or have any former tenant arrears, you will not be considered for a garage.
When we have received your application and if there is a garage available in your area of choice you will be offered this within five working days.
If we do not have a garage in your area available, you will be added to the waiting list and sent written confirmation of this. You do not have to accept any garage you are offered, and you will be put back on the waiting list.
To apply for a council garage, please complete the online form
How can I pay? Toggle accordion
If you have been successful in your garage application, please download and complete the direct debit form below.
You can then upload the form using the contact us button below.
Payment can be made by direct debit only.
Report a repair on a garage Toggle accordion
To report fly tipping issue Toggle accordion
If you see fly tipping in a garage site please, please report it.
Terminating my garage tenancy Toggle accordion
You must give four weeks’ notice that you wish to terminate your garage tenancy. All tenancies end on a Sunday. Therefore, if a key is received on a Wednesday that tenancy would end a week and half later.
You can then upload the form using the contact us button below, alternatively if you do nor have a MyStalbans account you can complete the Termination Form below.
Returning the garage keys Toggle accordion
The outgoing tenant is responsible for making sure that the keys are returned to the council. They can be handed in at the reception desk at the council offices or returned in the post using a tracked postal service such as recorded or special delivery.
If you do not return the keys, or if the keys are lost, we will charged for the cost of having to change the lock on the garage.