Unfortunately, under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 section 30(1) Ground (f), and provided the landlord has owned the building for more than 5 years the landlord can oppose your application to renew on the basis that he intends to demolish or redevelop the property and that cannot be done with you still in the property.
He can also oppose your lease on Ground (g) if he intends to occupy the building once again, he must have owned it for more than 5 years.
The landlord has to be able to show a “firm and settled intention” which basically would mean that he would need plans and planning permission.
Here is quite a well laid out explanatory article.
The landlord however must pay you compensation under section 37 of the act.
If you have occupied the building for under 14 years, you get compensation of one years rateable value. For some reason that how it’s calculated.
If you have occupied the building for over 14 years, then you would get two years rateable value as compensation.
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