Good tenants I Love em

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  • mind the gap
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    My heart sinks, and a drowsy numbness pains my sense...as though a bout of spam is imminent from the above poster...!

    I hope she proves me wrong.

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  • sarjenks
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    If this dream tenants know have any equally wonderful family or friends looking for a 1 bedroom flat in peckham, I would love to hear from them!

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by subjecttocontract View Post
    Apparantly the queen and her family haved done the same to many of the palaces that they don't own.

    Even Cameron is putting a new kitchen in No 10.
    Done what - provided a light bulb?

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  • subjecttocontract
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    Apparantly the queen and her family haved done the same to many of the palaces that they don't own.

    Even Cameron is putting a new kitchen in No 10.

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  • Mars Mug
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    Brings back childhood memories

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by jeffrey View Post
    Try most backstreet newsagents.
    I hope that isn't the voice of experience speaking!

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  • jeffrey
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    Originally posted by John_C View Post
    (Well as much as you can get a penthouse in W Yorks)
    Try most backstreet newsagents.

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  • mind the gap
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    Originally posted by John_C View Post
    Penthouse Flat, they can afford one (Well as much as you can get a penthouse in W Yorks)
    Hmmm...a penthouse overlooking the River Calder? I'm struggling to visualise this...

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  • John_C
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    Originally posted by Springfields View Post
    I was going to say if this is how they look after your property the least you could do is give them a light bulb
    Penthouse Flat, they can afford one (Well as much as you can get a penthouse in W Yorks)

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  • Springfields
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    I was going to say if this is how they look after your property the least you could do is give them a light bulb

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  • John_C
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    Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
    I am delighted for you. Ironically your list above could equally follow the lament :'Tenants from Hell - I hate them! This is what they did to my property...Built a new garage, etc.'

    Trust me i have plenty of those, couldnt spare a lightbulb could you

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  • mind the gap
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    I am delighted for you. Ironically your list above could equally follow the lament :'Tenants from Hell - I hate them! This is what they did to my property...Built a new garage, etc.'

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  • John_C
    started a topic Good tenants I Love em

    Good tenants I Love em

    A. Built a new garage

    B. Built a conservatory

    C. Re surfaced the whole of the drive

    D. Fitted a new kitchen & fully fitted the house with wooden flooring

    E. Knocked down a crappy wall, re landscaped the place and put up new fencing.

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