3rd Sector Services use a mode of operation that has been tried and tested both practically and legally having been ruled lawful in the High Court.

3rd Sector Services does not occupy properties itself but markets them instead to its database of recipient charities to inform them of its availability. If a recipient charity wants to use a property 3rd Sector Services will arrange a simply tenancy agreement for it to do so.
Before entering into a lease with a recipient charity 3rd Sector Services or its agent liaise with the landlord to inform them of the proposed occupying recipient charity and what charitable purpose the property will be used for.

The final decision on whether a property can be used rests with the landlord but permitted use should not be unreasonably withheld.