Reply To: self-contained or not?

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Thanks Andy.

In terms of the actual property – one of our hotel owners we use regularly for homeless people has bought some properties and we are putting people in them as an alternative to the hotel. The landlord invoices us and we then invoice the tenant. They sign an occupancy agreement. We don’t own the property or have a lease of longer than 10 years.

In terms of the rent, can we restrict temporary accommodation? Although the rent is excessive, the tenant could be in for a short period of time (daily charge) and the nature of the type of tenant does mean there could be more issues than a standard tenancy type.