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Unless it is specified in the lease - no
If you are having to pay for the works then they have a duty to mitigate loss
If there is a cheaper way of doing the works but to the same high standard then they can not refuse
You could indeed then refuse to pay the difference in cost, because they have failed to mitigate their loss
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?