Tenancy Builder

Version 2.2

All systems working

GDPR Agreement

By using the Tenancy Builder, the Guild of Residential Landlords agree that any information entered into the Tenancy Builder will only be used for the sole purpose of providing you with a downloadable tenancy agreement. Any information entered will not be used for any other purpose.


What’s new?

You can see all our changes which will be updated as and when here. Only recent changes shown below.

20 April 2020 – added tenancy address into default settings and fixed problem with quick blank agreement not working properly (now working).

2 April 2020 – added a new option just before the submit button to choose whether to save only for later or to save and email the agreement.

10 February 2020 – what was beta test is now live. Please note: landlord names 1,2,3 and 4 have been replaced with a single display name so if editing will need completing. There are also new “signer names” on the last page of the Builder.

Create new tenancy

Create a new assured shorthold tenancy agreement, lodger agreement or contractual tenancy. Various options make the agreements suitable for many uses including HMOs.


Edit / delete previous entry

Edit or delete a previous entry you’ve made. You can use a previous entry as a template for a new agreement or to simply obtain a new download link.

Quick BLANK Tenancy

A quick BLANK tenancy agreement. Only a couple of options are mandatory and a blank agreement is emailed for completion by pen.

Setup default information

Setup your default information such as landlord name, address and other information regularly the same. All information can be changed on a per tenancy basis.


See our knowledge base which includes short videos of some of the functionality of the Tenancy Builder. Also view the change log in this section.