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Using an external company to manage school lettings

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Last updated on 8 March 2018
School types: All · School phases: All
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Some schools are using external companies to market and sell their school facilities to generate extra income. David New, our associate education expert with particular expertise in school lettings, sets out some of the key points to consider if you're thinking about doing this at your school.

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Contents

  1. 1 Choosing the company
  2. 2 Agreeing principles for letting
  3. 3 Payment arrangements
  4. 4 Contract details
  5. 5 Security and safeguarding arrangements
  6. 6 Maintained schools should check LA arrangements
  7. 7 Consider a joint offer with other schools

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