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We own 2,750 garages and parking spaces across Plymouth which are available for rent on a weekly basis
Whether you’re storing your car, need some room for your household items* or just want an extra bit of space, we may have the facilities for you.
How to apply, prices and FAQs
How to apply
You can apply by using the map and enquiry form on this page.
Simply enter your postcode on the map and select garages or parking spaces on the filter to see which are nearby. Once you’ve found the garage and/or parking space you are interested in, click on the pin or select it from the drop-down list. Click Add to application and this will add your selection to the enquiry form at the bottom of this page.
To select more garages or parking spaces, click the back arrow above the red star and select another garage or parking space from the list. Click Add to application. You can select up to 10 garages and parking spaces.
Once you’ve made your selection, fill out the enquiry form. Your application will be added to a waiting list and we'll be in touch as soon as it is available. If you are interested in a garage and/or parking space that is currently occupied, you can still be added to our waiting list.
Our garages and parking spaces are available to rent on a weekly basis and vary in price. We’ll confirm how much the garage will cost to rent when we make you an offer.
To secure your garage or parking space, you'll need to make an initial payment:
- Initial payment for garages may vary from £140 to £175 depending on whether you are a PCH tenant or not, and includes a £100 refundable deposit plus four weeks’ rent in advance.
- Initial payment for parking spaces may vary from £20 to £40 depending on whether you are a PCH tenant or not, and includes four weeks’ rent in advance.
Do I have to be a PCH resident to apply?
You don’t have to be a PCH resident to apply. We also rent our garages and parking spaces to private residents, businesses and groups.
Where are the garages and parking spaces located?
With more than 200 sites across Plymouth, our garages and parking spaces are in most neighbourhoods, including many in the city centre. You can view our garages and parking spaces on the map below.
What happens when I apply for an available garage?
When you apply for one of our available garages, you will be added to our waiting list. This is so we can carry out relevant safety checks, and make any repairs if required, since it became vacant. Sometimes this can take a few weeks if extensive repairs are required.
Once the garage is ready, we’ll then get in touch with the applicants on the waiting list. If no one is above you on the waiting list for the available garage then you will be called.
*Terms and conditions
A. The Association reserves the right to vary the weekly charge annually and in the instance that a licensee ceases
to be a tenant of the Association or moves to over 0.5 miles away from the garage or parking space they hold a
licence for. The Association is obliged by law to charge VAT to licensees who are not tenants of The Association.
B. The Licensee shall:
1. Pay in full the licence fee stated, and any taxes charged, on the Monday of the week in which they are due whilst the
licence is valid. Monthly payments are accepted but must be paid in advance.
2. Meet the Association’s expectation to make payment by Direct Debit.
3. Pay any increased or varied weekly charge once notified by the Association.
4. Promptly notify the Association of any change in their address of primary residence and the date in which that address
5. Pay any outstanding charges from the date of the change of primary residence regardless of when that change is notified
to the Association, within 14 days of notification from the Association of the amount of charges outstanding.
6. Pay any loss of license fees, arrears of charges, or costs which arise in respect of making good, clearing, cleaning or
repairing for which the Licensee is responsible upon termination of the Licence.
7. Pay a Deposit at the commencement of the Licence, which will be refunded on termination of the Licence, less any
deductions for relevant costs for which the Licensee is responsible as set out in clause 6 above.
NB The Licensee will be liable for the licence fee until keys are returned and the property made good.
8. For termination of this licence, one weeks’ notice is required from a Monday.
9. Be responsible for the safe keeping of the keys and not to part with possession or occupation of the Property (sublet)
without prior written permission from the Association.
10. Not conduct a private business concern from the Property or use it for any illegal or immoral purposes.
11. Keep the Property in a clean, tenantable and tidy condition to the satisfaction of the Association, and undertake to replace
any broken glass, and to be responsible for any damage howsoever caused, save for fair wear and tear to items that are
the Landlord’s responsibility to maintain.
12. Make good any damage to the Property caused by the Licensee or any member of your household or any visitor to the
Property, fair wear and tear accepted, and to pay any costs incurred by the Association in carrying out such works in
13. Not obstruct the passage of other vehicles on the property or on the access road and keep the Property in a clean and
presentable condition at all times.
14. Not create excessive noise, nuisance, discomfort, or annoyance to the neighbours whilst using the Property, or paint or
exhibit any board or put up any names, figures or advertisements on the outside of the garage, or allow any animals or
birds to be kept on the premises.
15. Not make any addition or structural alterations to the Property nor erect any building or structures within it.
16. Not store in a garage / store any petrol, diesel or any other dangerous, inflammable, or hazardous substances, including
chemicals and gas bottles, other than fuel that is in the fuel tank of the motor vehicle or no more than five litres of
lubricating oil. Not to store any items on the roof.
17. Take proper precautions against fire occurring on the Property.
18. Promptly report to the Association any disrepair or defect for which the Association is responsible for.
19. Allow contractors or employees of the Association access to the premises at reasonable times:
(i) to view the condition of the Property and to carry out any repairs for which the Association is responsible.
(ii) to carry out any repairs to the neighbouring or adjoining properties as required by the Association.
20. On termination of the Licence, ensure that the account is clear, return all keys to the Association by 12 noon on the
Monday following the date of termination, and leave the Property in a good condition and clear of all contents.
21. Be responsible for ensuring that the garage is adequately secured at all times. The provision of security in addition to the
standard lock provided will be at the Licensee’s expense.
22. Not make any claim against the Association for loss or damage arising from the use of the premises, except where the
loss/damage is as a result of the Association’s failure to comply with its repairing obligations.
23. Display any permits as and when requested by the Association to prevent the mis-use of Parking Spaces.
NB The Licensee is advised to ensure that they hold adequate contents insurance.
C. The Association shall:
1. Allow the Licensee the key to the Property upon receipt of the Deposit and the first payment due under the licence.
2. Keep the roof, door, lock, main walls, floor, main timbers and outside paintwork of the Property in reasonable repair