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Tryer said: Posted on: 05/12/2018 14:37

Hi,
As a result of a tricky bathroom leak, it looks like the only shower (no bath) in my 4 person student let property is going to be out of action for at least a week, and the toilet will need to be flushed with a bucket of water. The bathroom sink is still operational.

I've asked them whether they might have access to alternative showers at either friends/uni/gym for the duration to gauge how they feel about the situation, but I'm wondering if I should offer alternative accommodation as I have cover for that in my insurance policy. Does anyone have any experience of doing this?? Would be grateful for any advice.

Thanks!

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