"Dear Mr Barns
I write regarding your advertisement of Flat 1 in our building as an air B n B property. I am beyond angry that you have not thought to contact other owner occupiers about this in advance, particularly given the problems that occurred with your last tenants.
You will recall that the previous tenants continuously held parties, drugs paraphernalia was found in the communal areas, the re were men coming and going in vans continuously throughout the night and the building was left unsecured on many occasions. It therefore shocks me that You consider it a wise move to turn the property in to an air BnB property (at a very cheap rate!) and particularly renting it out as a property for four people.
Given the history, your lack of understanding about the impact of the behavior of your previous tenants on the security, living environment and prices of those of us who are owner occupiers, frankly shocks me. I am exceedingly concerned at different groups of people have keys to the building on a weekly basis let alone my concerns about noise pollution and care for the building. As with your previous tenants I will have no hesitation in calling the police should the need arise.
I have immediately instructed my solicitor to look at any legal redress to prevent Air BnB or other such transient rental arrangements with no references, property management arrangements.
I am aware that at least one other owner in the property feels the same as I do and is also seeking external advice.
I am via this email formally asking Priors to look at the leasehold arrangements for the property.
I am very disappointed that in such a small building, with the most recent history, that this is happened."