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Thank you for the question. The first thing to do is check your tenancy agreement there could possibly be a termination clause in there which will allow you to give a few weeks notice in order to terminate the lease. Although it doesn't sound the case, if you can come to an agreement with the landlord, then you can move out early. Otherwise, a tenancy is a legally enforceable contract and if you were to break the terms of the contract the landlord could take you to court for the monies they have lost in relation to the lease. However, you could also ask if they will provide a rent reduction due to the inconvenience, they are required consider this, if they are not willing to do anything you could look at raising a complaint with the housing ombudsman.
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