Hi, thanks for your answer.
My concern is that 2 of the apartments are above the hotel but were not part of the hotel's planning permission grant for the 52 bedrooms. It was agreed by all parties that these 2 flats fell outside of the hotels planning application and were to remain individual dwellings with their own council tax accounts etc. Therefore am I right to say that these 2 properties are, to all intents and purposes, offsite of the hotels boundaries?
they have their own front doors on the top floor of the building and agreed entry into the building through a side street entrance. This, again, is all agreed with the council. If we were to have an agreement with the hotel to manage these two properties, would that be acceptable do you think?
sorry, I was not in yesterday. Could I sell timeshares for the properties thru the hotel website? If so is there a procedure for setting up timeshare?
I think you may have answered someone else's question instead of mine
any further news on my last post?
thanks, XXXXX XXXXX be a material change of use for the flats as they would go from single dwellings to holiday let accommodation?