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A landlord cannot any longer use a blanket ban on pets and should accept and agree to any reasonable request. They can however place conditions. There is no legal list of such conditions and would be something to be agreed by both parties. They would take into account the type of property, other residents, the type of animal etc.
For example it tis unrealistic to keep for example a Great Dane dog in a 1 bed Thord floor apartment. So common sense needs to be used.
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Unfortunately if there is a communal garden then the request is fair for the use of other residents.
Sorry I cannot advice how you do this. Only that it is a fair request .
I guess yo would have to take him outside the garden area.