Thanks. Many leases now contain a provision that consent is not to be unreasonable witheld or delayed. Yrs doesnt which means that they can simply ignore you request without being in breach of the lease and then you are faced with court.
You need to approach the freeholders as a body/altogether.
What I would do in short term is write to the one who agrees and ask him to confirm that he answers for all of them. Only accept it in writing.
You can take that as being the consent you need. His letter is sufficient if they decide that you didn’t ask and say that you proceeded without consent and it ends in court with them pursuing you.
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