Free Council Grants in Newcastle upon Tyne for Landlords- Lettings Breaking News

Get FREE money from the council if you have a property in Newcastle!



Newcastle council are currently offering a FREE grant to develop your rental property if it has been empty for over 6 months. This is not a % grant (you pay 20% they pay the rest). This is free money up to £3,000! 



If you have a property in the following streets and it has been empty for over 6 months then you will qualify for this:




North Benwell Terraces


Arthurs Hill Elswick Triangle
Barnesbury Road Beaconsfield Street Hartington Street
Benwell Grove Belsay Place Kinglsey Street
Canning Street Bishops Avenue Longley Street
Colston Street Brighton Grove Normanton Terrace
Condercum Road Callerton Place Vallum Terrace
Dolphin Street Chelsea Grove
Ellesmere Road Crossley Terrace
Fairholm Road Croydon Road
Farndale Road Dilston Road
Hampstead Road Gainsborough Grove
Ladykirk Road Graingerville North
Normount Road Northcote Street
Strathmore Crescent Philip Street
Wellfield Road Prospect Place
West Road Sidney Grove
Stanhope Street
Stanton Street
Tamworth Road
Wellesley Terrace
Westgate Road






Your property could also qualify for a FREE boiler via the new GREEN DEAL / ECO DEAL. We have set up a relationship with the second largest provider in the UK who offers FREE cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and combi boilers via a government backed grant scheme.







At NGU Homelettings we look to add value to all our services. We facilitate getting free boilers and / or money from the government on all properties that we manage. As one of the largest letting agents in the North East we have strong links with all the councils to make sure that if a government grant is available for you to get FREE money for your property we are the first to know.




If you have a property in the North East and you want this level of service then get in touch with us!



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Chris Fitzakerley