unlet

unlet

(ʌnˈlɛt)
adj
(Commerce) (of a property, room, etc) not rented
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Through Freedom of Information requests I sent to the council last year, I found that over 2016 and 2017, the council spent more than PS2.1m on unnecessary items related to the change of bin collections, the failed school bus proposals, equal pay legal expenses and unlet social housing.
Through Freedom of Information requests sent to the council last year, Mr Gray found that over 2016 and 2017, NLC spent over PS2.1 million on unnecessary items related to the change of bin collections, the failed school bus proposals, equal pay legal expenses and unlet social housing.
Have people not noticed the massive amount of unlet student houses around, due to the present surge in big developments.
"In an era of shortages of accommodation, we feel an obligation to our clients to advise them to seek alternative occupiers wherever possible, and that we investigate every opportunity to ensure no room remains unlet and opportunities for homes are made available to the non-student market".
"Other new lettings on Mostyn Street have resulted in only two properties being unlet; and we understand that one of these is currently under offer.
Cobalt now has only two buildings remaining unlet - Cobalt 23 with 126,000 sq ft of space available and Cobalt 30 which has 63,500 sq ft available.
The portfolio provides the opportunity to increase value from a solid income basis by way of active asset management to include letting of already refurbished space, refurbishment of unlet space, lease restructuring and securing of alternative uses.
I know for a fact that, for example, on the Dee this year there was a lot of early-season salmon fishing unlet - and for those who booked the odd day or two there were fish to be caught.
"You don't want tenants coming and going with gaps inbetween when the property is unlet and therefore not earning a return."
The Corporation has just been authorised, also, to enter upon possession of private gardens of unlet houses, and turn them to agricultural use under the Defence of the Realm Act.
Originally constructed in the early 1990s, Granite was built to house the global distribution centre for the famous pottery products, but the tenant vacated the building in 2010 and the property has remained unlet.