Renting More Than A Home

Living is all about balance

Traditionally, renting comes with compromise – space, décor, location, pets… Add to this the times we live in and now more than ever, we are all trying to find our balance and improve our quality of life. Whatever your living is, you can find your perfect balance with us.

Find Your Balance

Living is creating your own space

We understand the importance of making a place your own, which is why we offer fully furnished homes in a range of styles for you to choose from and give you the freedom to decorate further.

All homes feature secure key card entry, natural light, hidden storage, excellent WiFi (included in your monthly rent) and access to outdoor space for when you need some room to breathe. We have pet-friendly properties across all of our neighbourhoods and welcome pets for free!

Living is a home in London and Manchester

Our neighbourhoods are ever-growing hubs, designed to make living in your favourite city easy; from 24/7 security, bike storage, private resident gardens and post rooms to supermarkets, gyms, free events and more.

You will find independent bistros and restaurants for when you want to stay local and great transport links for when you don’t.

Living is renting on your own terms

Let us be clear, we want your life with us to be simple. This is why we don’t charge fees, and we do offer flexible tenancies and a residents’-only break clause — meaning we will never say goodbye first.

We have a Resident App where you can swiftly log maintenance requests and access exclusive deals, and a Get Living voice assistant Evie, that can answer questions about your home and neighbourhood. If you wish to talk to a person, our friendly on-site teams are here to help.

Find a Home

Our Neighbourhoods

East Village is the largest of the Get Living neighbourhoods with nearly 2000 homes. It has acres of green space, a host of local retailers to explore; including cafés, shops, restaurants, bars and services and is well connected to multiple transport links.

Elephant Central is perfect for exploring London. Settled in Elephant & Castle, a vibrant neighbourhood with a unique social scene, it is bustling with parks, restaurants, galleries and pubs.

New Maker Yards is a growing neighbourhood with 546 new homes. Situated on the old Salford-Manchester border in Middlewood Locks, it is the newest of the Get Living offering. It’s well connected to Manchester and Salford city centres by foot, bike, car, bus and train.

Our residents say...

There’s such a nice vibe around the village and we often stroll across to Hackney Wick for drinks on the canal. There’s always something going on in that we can get involved in. The Big Night In’s that Get Living organise are a great way of meeting the neighbours and getting to know the retailers. Going into our first renting experience we were a little apprehensive – we’ve all heard renting horror stories from colleagues and friends, but Get Living is not your normal landlord. We’ve recommended East Village and Get Living to loads of people and over the years have had several of our friends move in here – it’s great having them in the area!

Connor Wynn

East Village Resident

My experience at Get living elephant and castle – Tantallon House has been very streamlined and easy. When I initially approached them, I was put through to Hermona who handled my move in and contract very well. Chloe and James have since then been very prompt whenever I have a query. The buildings are modern with great amenities. The amenities inside the apartment are brand new and really good quality. The value for money is super good as well.

Saloni Dahanukar

Elephant Central Resident

As far as my experience with viewings come, none were better than when I saw my current flat at New Maker Yards, however it was the style of the new builds that enticed me to rent this apartment as the design is amazing with a lovely kitchen, and stylish bathrooms.

Brandon Butcher

New Maker Yards Resident

In The Media

Logo for the Evening Standard newspaper
Logo for the Metro newspaper
Logo for the BBC
Logo for The Guardian newspaper
Logo for The Times newspaper
Logo for The Financial Times newspaper