Licence agreement for a car parking space
This is an agreement to let a piece of land (such as part of your driveway) to an individual to park his or her car on it.
Since the use is personal, not business, the arrangement does not fall under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954, and you can use a licence agreement rather than a lease.
The main benefit to the property owner of using a licence is that the licensee can be removed very easily, with no notice - unless you have contracted to license use for a specified period.
This is a simple agreement with a menu of “dos and don’ts” for the licensee. It is suitable for use for any car parking space.
Note: if you let the space to the occupier’s employer or to any company, then they are using it for a business purpose and could become a protected tenant. To avoid this issue, either make sure your licensee is an individual or use a proper business lease.
If you are sublicensing a space you yourself occupy as a licensee, use Parking Space Agreement.Read More