Rent and Bills!

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  1. skippy

    skippy Got my furbabies :)

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    Hopefully moving out in March/April and am hoping to rent a 1 bedroom flat, and was wondering if anyone else is living in a 1/2 bed flat and how much rent is, and also the cost of bills (food, gas & electricity, water, etc) if no-one minds me asking:blush:

    Thanks:flower:
     
  2. jennie_78

    jennie_78 Mum to Caitlin, and TTC

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    My bills are per month:

    Rent: 660
    council tax: 85
    Water: 27
    Gas: about 50 depending on how often we've had heating on ( card meter)
    Elect: about 25 ( key meter)
    Food: 300/400

    My non essential is virgin media phone/tv/ intenet. I have extra large package so thats between 75/95 per month.

    Thats all i can think of at the moment
     
  3. Boony

    Boony Mummy to 3

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    hiya, i cant help with rent and council tax because it goes out of hubbys pay before we even see it (RAF)

    This is for a 2 bed house though (semi)

    Gas/Elec - 50pm
    tv license - 12pm (its more when you first start though think its about 30pm)
    we dont pay water
    food - 200-250pm (thats for 2 adults and a toddler)
    sky - 60pm thats for broadband, phone and tv (2packages)

    The rest we pay out is for loans and mobile phones etc
     
  4. ellismum

    ellismum Ellis' mum!!

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    I live in a 1 Bed flat in Chelmsford, Essex, 2 Adults, 1 baby.

    £460 - Rent
    £60 - Electric (no gas and should go down once back at work)
    £40 - Water
    £115 - Council Tax
    £8 - Contents Insurance
    £12 - TV Licence
    £240 - Food inc. Toliettres, Cleaning Products, Baby Formula
    £50 - Virgin Package (Will go down when back at work as reducing package!)

    You may also have a service charge in some blocks of flats so please check and factor that in.
     

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