- The Landlord authorises the Licensee to occupy the Unit/ or Units for the Permitted Use from and including the License Start Date until a Licence Termination Notice is given and expires (the Licence Period). Notice will not be accepted from the Landlord whilst there are rental and/or services arrears.
- 2. As consideration for the occupation and use of the Unit the Licensee is to pay the Licence Fee to the Landlord throughout the Licence Period in accordance with the Schedule and comply with the terms. The Licence Fee is to be paid in advance on the Licence Start Date, and thereafter monthly in advance following the issue of an invoice by the Landlord.
- 3. The Licensee is entitled during the Licence period to:
3.1 use the roads and paths within the Centre for the purpose of access to and egress from the Unit at all times
3.2 park motor cars or light vans in the number of Parking Spaces specified in the Schedule in the location specified by the Landlord
3.3 load and unload vehicles on such part of the Centre as the Landlord may specify. 4. The licensee agrees during the Licence period:
4.1 to pay for all telephone and broadband installations and charges
4.2 to comply with all regulations made by the Landlord for the Centre and with any directions given by the Companys officers for the orderly use and management of the Centre. These regulations include the Landlords internet usage policies
4.3 to use and occupy the Unit solely for the Permitted Use and not for any other purpose
4.4 to take good care of the Unit and its fittings and services and immediately to rectify at the Licensees expense:
- a) all damage caused by the Licensee or its employees and visitors
- b) all alterations in the Unit must be rectified when the Licensee leaves
4.5 not to make any alterations or additions to the Unit or attach any fittings or fixtures to it without the Landlords prior written consent, such consent not to be unreasonable withheld or delayed
4.6 not to park or leave any motor vehicles on any part of the Centre except as authorised by this Licence
4.7 not to place or store any goods, material or refuse outside the Unit
4.8 not to overload the floors, walls or roof of the Unit nor to bring any dangerous or unduly inflammable materials or substances into it and not to cause any nuisance, annoyance, disturbance or damage to the Company or the other occupiers of the Centre
4.9 to comply with all statutory requirements and with the requirements of the Landlords insurers and any authority or company supplying services to the Centre
4.10 to vacate the Unit immediately the Licence comes to an end and if required by the Landlord to remove any fittings or fixtures it has allowed to be installed and make good any damage caused by such removal
4.11 that at the date that the Licensee gives notice, there shall be no outstanding Licence fee. 5. The Company will:
5.1 maintain the Centre, arrange for the disposal of normal refuse, clean and maintain all common parts and provide central reception facilities and pay business rates for the Centre as a whole including the Unit
5.2 insure the structure of the Unit and the Companys fixtures and fittings but not any fittings, equipment, machinery, goods or articles in the Unit or elsewhere in the Centre which do not belong to the Company 6. The licence is non-assignable and is personal to the Licensee who shall not allow any other person, other than employees of the Licensee, or company to use or occupy any part of the Unit 7.The Licensee acknowledges the right of the Landlord and its officers to enter the Unit at any time and that this licence does not create or evidence any tenancy. 8. The licence will terminate immediately on the happening of any of the following events:
8.1 on the expiry of a Licence Termination Notice of the length specified in the Schedule which either party may give
8.2 if the Landlord gives notice to the Licensee that it has committed a breach of the Terms and the Licensee has failed to remedy the breach within seven days after the Landlord has required the Licensee to do so
8.3 if the Licensee has a receiver appointed or enters into liquidation or bankruptcy
Southmoor Workspace Internet Terms & Acceptable Use Policy
The Southmoor Workspace internet package allows monthly band width limits subject to our fair use policy. Should the users suffer though disconnections or connectivity, we will not be held responsible for tenants loss of income or expenses.
Acceptable Use Policy
This policy sets out the rules that apply when you use services provided by Parish Investments Limited. Southmoor Workspace may change this policy at any time, effective upon the posting of the updated policy to the website. Please check regularly for updates.
You must not use Southmoor Workspaces services:
- a) for any unlawful purpose;
- b) to send, receive or store any material which is offensive, indecent, defamatory or menacing (as reasonably determined by Southmoor Workspace); or
- c) to send, receive or store any material which infringes copyright, trademark or other any other intellectual property law.
Email and Usenet News
You may not use any Southmoor Workspace service to:
- a) send duplicative, unsolicited e-mail messages (commercial or otherwise), or to collect the responses from unsolicited email;
- b) send an offensive, indecent or harassing message to another user of the Internet, including any message which is offensive to people on the grounds of gender, race, colour or religion; or
- c) send messages for the purpose of fraud and/or with the intention of committing a criminal offence. You must ensure that your use of mailboxes does not adversely affect the proper functioning of Southmoor Workspaces systems, including where mailboxes:
- a) receive large volumes of undeliverable mail; b) have forwarders set to other mailboxes where mail cannot be delivered, or have forwarders or auto-responders that generate circular loops. If you run a mailing list using our services, you should comply with Linx Current Best Practice. You are responsible for keeping records to show that each subscriber has given their consent to their inclusion on the mailing list. You must not breach any guidelines or restrictions of any news group. The following are expressly prohibited: a) excessive cross-posting, posting of irrelevant material or advertisements;
- b) posting binaries to non-binary news groups:
You must not use your Internet connection, or allow or enable another person to use your Internet connection, to:
- a) attempt network scan, denial of service attack or any other possible hacking activities; or
- b) send any email that breaches section 2 of this policy.
You must not use our services to send data which has forged addresses or which is deliberately constructed to adversely affect remote machines.
You must not configure your PC as an open relay system. You must ensure that any system you connect to the Internet conforms to all applicable Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) standards.
Suspension and Termination
Your use of Southmoor Workspaces internet services requires you to comply with this Acceptable Use Policy. If you do not do so, Southmoor Workspace may suspend or terminate your service.
Southmoor Workspace or its agents may run manual or automatic system tests (including scanning for open mail relays or unsecured proxy servers) to assess compliance.
Although Southmoor Workspace reserves its right to immediately suspend or terminate services which have been used in breach of this policy, provided that the breach does not require immediate remedy, Southmoor Workspace will usually contact you during business hours to inform you of the actions needed to resolve the issue before it suspends service. Otherwise, if urgent action is required, Southmoor Workspace will contact you after suspension to advise what actions you need to take to rectify the situation.
Restoration of any and all services suspended as a result of breach of this policy will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Southmoor Workspace will not restore a service where there is history of similar misuse.
You are responsible for keeping your contact details with Southmoor Workspace up to date. Where Southmoor Workspace is unable to contact you at an address you have given, it will address any email correspondence to ‘postmaster’ at your domain address/es.
Internet Watch Foundation
Southmoor Workspace abides by any ‘notice and take down’ recommendations communicated to Southmoor Workspace by the Internet Watch Foundation.
Fair Use Policy
Our fair usage policy is designed to make sure that your internet service is quick and reliable whenever you use it from one day to the next.
A minority of tenants use peer to peer or file sharing software, which constantly sends and receives video or other very large files, over a large amount of time. This activity uses a large amount of bandwidth which can have a dramatic effect on the traffic in our network and has a detrimental effect on the service our tenants can receive.
We frown upon anything that causes constant excessive use of our network and we have therefore implemented the following policy.
Usage restricted to 2GB per user per month.
We believe that this is the fairest way of guaranteeing a quality and reliable service to all of our tenants, whenever they need it.
Am I likely to be affected?
If you don’t use any peer to peer or file sharing software, it is unlikely that you will ever be affected by this policy. If you are affected, we will contact you to let you know that your usage is excessive and is affecting the demand on the network. We will offer advice on how to reduce your usage.
If your usage is continues to be excessive, we will make an additional charge on your monthly invoice at a rate of 2 per 1 megabyte over the usage limit.
Malicious Spyware and Viruses
If your computer equipment has become infected with any form of malicious code, intended to cause damage or harm to user’s machines or our network, you must make reasonable attempts to remove all traces from your equipment.
Any machine to harbour such code is in a position to spread and is therefore a security risk to our network and tenants. In these circumstances, we will disconnect your internet connection until we are satisfied that your machines are free from such code and the security risk is no longer apparent. Southmoor Workspace holds the right to suspend or cancel connection to its internet services if a tenant uses the service in a mannerSouthmoor Workspace deems unacceptable or illegal. This includes, but is not limited to peer to peer file sharing of material covered by copyright, email abuse, port scanning and attempting unauthorised access to secured networks.
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO CHANGE THESE TERMS AT ANY TIME