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    by leaseholder56
    We are one of 2 leaseholders, converting an office building into 3 flats. The freeholder and other leaseholder, have agreed for us to refurbish the communal parts. We are aware of all the required building & fire regulations. Until now, we've simply split the cost between us, the leaseholders....
    27-01-2021, 23:22 PM
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    by JK0
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    by london91

    We live in a two bedroom property in London. I moved in early next year and my housemate moved in shortly after. The landlord said the kitchen would be updated by September, however due to the pandemic and financial reasons, she pushed it back to January 2021. The kitchen and bathroom...
    27-01-2021, 19:38 PM
  • Reply to Refurbishments / Unhappy Tenant
    by ash72
    Unfortunately, you were told when the works would start and that anyone would know that there would be disruption with noise and dust when the works are being carried out. You just need to live with it until it is finished and then enjoy the new kitchen in peace and quiet.

    There is no harm...
    27-01-2021, 22:50 PM
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    by ash72
    Any company that thinks they can get them out is fooling you, and just taking your money. Due to the lack of knowledge and experience, the law is on the T's side in this case. I hope you have protected any deposit, EPC, etc, otherwise you may be ending up paying them money in compensation.
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    He rented his house to a friend.. did not get a tenancy agreement signed..I know,, I know

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    by Kellyd
    Hello. Apologies if this is the wrong forum. I am utterly confused as to where to post this.
    I own a flat, which I rent out. I have owned it for almost a year.
    It's a top floor flat in a building with approx 4 other flats.
    I have a 125 year lease.

    I've been sent a letter...
    27-01-2021, 12:39 PM
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