Landlord’s Consent in Principle to Commercial Tenant’s Alterations to Property

Landlord’s Letter Consenting to Proposed Alterations

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This Landlord’s Letter Consenting to Proposed Alterations allows a commercial property landlord to confirm that the tenant has consent in principle to make alterations to the premises.

This letter should be sent once the landlord has considered the tenant’s application for consent to alter and has decided to allow the tenant to proceed with the proposed alterations. If the landlord has decided to withhold consent, the Refusal of Consent Letter should be used instead.

Landlords should refer to the Protocol for Applications for Consent to Carry Out Alterations when handling an application for consent. The Protocol can be found at http://www.propertyprotocols.co.uk.

The letter acknowledges receipt of the tenant’s application for consent, indicates that consent will be given and sets out any conditions to be complied with.

Optional phrases / clauses are enclosed in square brackets. These should be read carefully and selected so as to be compatible with one another. Unused options should be removed from the document.

This template letter is in open format. Either enter the requisite details in the highlighted fields or adjust the wording to suit your purposes.

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