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Generally speaking any works do require consent of the landlord by way of licence. It is not usually to require two separate licences in connection with the same set of works/ installation. However you need to check the lease to see if there is a specific mention that any works will require separate licences.
You can write to your freeholder to ask them to explain why a separate charge is being sought when the works are connected. You can query the fees.
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