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thank you. The starting point is that you have no agreement with the landlord or management company that manages the building as you do not have a lease. Your landlord has a lease and they would be bound by the terms and conditions of that lease but you are bound by any terms and conditions associated with your tenancy agreement. As such, the decisions of the management company are not directly binding upon you unless you have given a direct covenant in your tenancy agreement to abide by the terms and conditions of the registered lease.
That is not to suggest that you should simply act with impunity or insensitively to residents concerns. The only option open to your landlord would be to ultimately seek eviction proceedings against you either if your fixed term agreement has ended or on grounds of breach of tenancy if it hasn't though the latter is unlikely to secure possession for the landlord.
as above, this is not a decision which directly affects you in the legal sense subject as above and as such, there would be nothing preventing you continuing to act as you have done to date
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