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You have not said what it is you are being investigated for. However, if it is that false information was submitted, this is in fact not a good position to be in. You have to be careful how you respond and it will not be ok to simply say you were advised wrongly as a defence.
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What has been specifically said to you from the government which has now given you cause for concern?
Am I to understand that you do not know what the issue is that has arisen for consideration?
Ok I understand. Instead of assuming the best option is to write back to the council confirming receipt of the letter. Advise that you are unable to make it on the day proposed and request a different date. Most importantly ask them to say specifically what is of concern so that you may properly prepare for the meeting. This will then allow you the opportunity to properly prepare and address the issue rather than assume what may be the problem with the application. I would not worry so much if the landlord is able to support your position that it was always orally agreed that the subletting was allowed and this had only just recently been reduced to writing. I dont know how the council would have become aware of this.