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How do I tell a landlord about my plans?
How do I tell a landlord about my plans?

Tenant Support: How to write a pitch, plans, landlord, add insurance, add pictures, proposal

Conor O'Kelly (Fillit) avatar
Written by Conor O'Kelly (Fillit)
Updated over a week ago

With Fillit, you can tell a landlord about your plans by writing a Pitch, and using it to request a space. Writing your pitch is like sending a proposal to the landlord. 

It's your time to shine! Tell the landlord everything they will need to know about your idea. The more they know, the more likely they are to accept your enquiry. 

  1. Start by logging into 

  2. Find a space you like

  3. Pick the dates for your event and Request Space 

4. Click Continue

You will be brought to the Pitch page. 

STEP ONE: pick a category and a name

STEP TWO: tell the landlord about you and your plan. 

Your life story. The jumper your granny knitted you for Christmas. We want a bible in here folks! 

Let them know how long you'll be there for...

P.S Some landlords require liability insurance. Upload it here! 

STEP THREE: optional extras

Any conflicts of interest? Let us know. And add a snap - a picture has a thousand words!

Last but not least..

You must agree to communicate with the landlord and complete your booking with us, because we're all pals here. Then Send Enquiry. 

Select your payment details, or send your enquiry without.
Related article: How does payment work?

Do you want to create a Pitch for later...? 

You can Create a Pitch, from the drop down menu under your name

Follow the steps above, and don't forget to Save it for later! 

That's it! Your pitch is ready to rock and roll out to the space of your choice. 

Once you have sent or saved a Pitch, you can Import it, whenever you want to request a space.
Just click the pink Import A Pitch button, on the Pitch page. 

Still unsure? If you have more questions or doubts, please contact us at or click the messaging button on the bottom-right corner, we are always happy to help you!

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