I pay monthly: £1075 pcm.
Thanks for your response. I am thinking of negotiating with them on the reduction as £25 is too small an amount to buy parking space on the site. If I we can't agree on at least £75 I will be thinking of suing them or at least reporting to citizens advice bureau. Whether or not I decide to go to court, I've decided I will continue to pay my rents at the initial agreed rate until advised otherwise in writing or in court.
Many thanks for your adivce, I'll litigate for a few weeks and notify CAB so I can weigh my options and act on the best possible advice i get from them. Do you think that a signed document for the rent reduction can serve as evidence in my favour that the agency should've provided parking?
Ok, I'll wait for them to send the £25 reduction paperwork then I will reject the offer asking for £100 to start with.
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