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Where an electricity substation is let on a business lease and the land has planning permission for redevelopment, the owner intends to serve an s 25 notice to end the lease at the end of its term. Is there any provision under the Electricity Act 1989 or regulations flowing from it that the electrical network operator tenant can use as an additional defence to require the landlord to grant it a new lease?

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Produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk
Published on LexisPSL on 01/11/2016

The following Property Q&A produced in partnership with Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Where an electricity substation is let on a business lease and the land has planning permission for redevelopment, the owner intends to serve an s 25 notice to end the lease at the end of its term. Is there any provision under the Electricity Act 1989 or regulations flowing from it that the electrical network operator tenant can use as an additional defence to require the landlord to grant it a new lease?

Where an electricity substation is let on a business lease and the land has planning permission for redevelopment, the owner intends to serve an s 25 notice to end the lease at the end of its term. Is there any provision under the Electricity Act 1989 or regulations flowing from it that the electrical network operator tenant can use as an additional defence to require the landlord to grant it a new lease?

This Q&A relates to any special provisions relating to the ending of a lease for an electricity substation.

It is occasionally the case that a party will grant a lease to an electricity supplier for the siting on an electricity substation. This may commonly occur in new developments in order to supply power to the site, but there are numerous extant business leases relating to existing

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