Would you ask freeholders permission if you were me?

Would you ask freeholders permission if you were me?

10:25 AM, 14th December 2014, About 7 years ago 21

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I have a top floor flat and urgently need a new boiler as its broke down and the tenants are getting a bit grumpy. Would you ask freeholders permission if you were me?

I’ve arranged this to be done but they need to erect scaffolding to access the flue as the building is quite high.

My question is do I need the freeholders or the management companies permission to erect scaffolding for 1-2 days? I would normally just ask but I’m in a hurry and knowing what my freeholder is like they will take ages to get back to me and then they will do all they can to claim the shirt of my back in fees for giving permission!!

Should I just go ahead and hope no one finds out or is there a better way round this?

Thanks

Rob

 



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by James Yarlett

15:01 PM, 18th August 2015, About 6 years ago

How High is the Building and is access available to get in with a Cherry Picker and location


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