Hi I am self employed as a hairdresser and am renting the shop from Coastal Management Hove. Now I have a problem at the premises with the sewage system. The main sewage tank for the whole block was built in my baement so sometimes it really smells so much and this is not healthy at all. I lost most of my client in the salon because of the smell. Am trying to get my landlord to fix it but he is not replying but has the guts to as me to pay my last quater of the rent for this year. My question is I would love to leave and get a better place. How do I go about it??? Marie XXXX
Hi Tom please clear me on this before we go further. I thought the £47 was for this one time to get an answer. I dont want to pay monthly. This might be the only question I will ever ask.
Ok but atleast you can tell me if I can get my answers even if I dont sign up
for monthly subscription.
I have a lease contract which runs till 2014. I unfirtunately dont have it here with me to see the rights of termination.
Actually the bmain sewe tank was buitl in the basement which is part of my premises. I use down stairs as a storage. So yes I think there would be no smell if the tanks were worked on. Or change to be outside as it is ilellag to build sewa tanks inside a building.
before I rate to finish, one querry,I wouyld like to print the advice you sent me. Is that ok?
Okay now whats the next stage? I will print out then check my lease contract.
I submitted am waiting .
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