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yes he has a written lease for commercial use only
I am the tenant of a commercial property (public house) my neighbour is also a tenant of a commercial property in which he resides with no permission from the landlord. He complains constantly to the local authority about noise in the evenings resulting in an abatement order. Does he have a right to complain even though he is residing there without the landlords permission but has exercised his right to reside there under planning regulations? Also is there are a difference in acceptable sound levels between residential and commercial properties?
We have the same landlord as our neighbour if the landlord will not evict the tenant because he is in breach of the terms of his lease what action can we take against our landlord or the tenant next door we were told by our landlord that when they let the neighbouring property they would not be allowed to reside above it as this would be a conflict of interests which has clearly happened and is costing us thousands of pounds and loss of business surely our landlord must have a duty of care under the lease