re-let

re-let

vb (tr)
to make (land or property) available for letting again after the previous tenants have vacated it
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It would have been too expensive to repair and re-let it.
"We have been able to mitigate the continued disruption within the Retail sector, through our proven ability to quickly re-let units impacted by CVAs and administrations while improving rents; this highlights the quality of our assets and the fact that stronger performing retailers trade well within them," Ziff added.
Council brings home into use Housing chiefs at Wolverhampton Council have acquired another empty property in order to re-let it back onto the homes market.
Figures released today revealed participating businesses have seen 40 per cent growth in sales since the Retail Revival programme launched in September and sales for Retail Revival businesses more than doubled during the opening of the store The shop occupied a previously vacant retail property, which Wolverhampton City Council has already re-let to a local business.
The average re-let time was 44.5 days, against a 30-day target.
"As soon as she was convicted we contacted Ms Liburd and are currently in the process of ending her tenancy so that the property is available to re-let as soon as possible."
There are thousands of people waiting for a council property in the borough, so I'm pleased we were able to uncover Ms Pring's unacceptable actions and re-let the property to a family in need.
Intu said: "We are enthusiastic to re-let this underperforming space."
Stuart McFarlane The state of a block of flats on the Lochside estate in Dumfries has been criticised by residents after it was revealed that properties were no longer to be re-let.
The main risk for ROSCOs is non-renewal of rolling stock leases when franchises are re-let, coupled with the inability to secure another franchise to lease the stock to.
When let land fell vacant it was overwhelmingly re-let: 86% of 1986 Act lettings and 94% of Farm Business Tenancies that ended saw the land re-let.