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Last reviewed on 11 November 2021
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Use and adapt our lettings policy to help your school generate additional income, both during coronavirus and beyond. It includes a hire request form.

Download our model policy during coronavirus

This policy is designed for academies to adapt to their context. It takes account of relevant requirements and good practice, including government guidance during coronavirus, such as on social distancing. It has been approved by Forbes Solicitors.

Model policy - premises hire coronavirus

If you're a maintained school, speak to your local authority (LA) first about hiring out your premises during coronavirus. Your LA may have its own policy for you to use, or it can set specific rules for you to follow.

If you're a voluntary controlled, voluntary aided or foundation school, also speak to anyone else with a stake in your land (e.g. your diocese).

After you've done this, you may find our model helpful as a starting point, but be sure to adapt it in line with the conditions placed on you.

The policy includes terms and

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