Landlord’s Refusal of Consent to Carry out Alterations to Commercial Property

Landlord’s Refusal of Consent to Proposed Alterations

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This Landlord’s Refusal of Consent to Proposed Alterations can be used by a commercial landlord to advise a tenant that the landlord is not willing to give consent to the tenant’s proposed alterations.

This letter should be sent once the landlord has considered the tenant’s application for consent to make alterations and has decided to withhold consent. If the landlord has decided to grant consent to the alterations, the Consent to Alterations 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 and states that consent will not be given. The landlord must insert reasons for the withholding of consent. Landlords are only entitled to refuse consent on “reasonable” grounds. Landlords should consider carefully whether it is reasonable to withhold consent, taking legal advice where necessary.

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