There is no mention of parking in the lease. The only mention in the lease is access to the business including vehicle access for loading and unloading. the agreement was verbal when we were negotiating the deal and we have been paying as part of the service charge a fee for the local NCP (approximately £1240 pa) but have yet to receive a pass to use it despite numerous requests. In the past we didn't need to as we could park directly outside our office and so could our business visitors. We have been told we can purchase a permit to park for a similar fee but we will still have to pay the NCP charge whether we use it or not.. This all seems unreasonable to me and is very different to what we have been led to understand for the last 3 years. Our service charge is currently £4,500pa to cover the landlords costs for the courtyard. we pay additional costs for any expenditure on our business premises.
No, just its not in the lease and therefore they can change the arrangements.