I declined the invitation.
"She really wants to see."
I decline stating that it's the same as when I moved in, I've taken pictures of it, and the agent (who was the one emailing me) has seen it as has the guy who replaced the shower head. "How many more people need to see it?"
Then he goes into a "sob story" about how she's coming all the way from scenic Fife and just wants to see it for a second so she can determine if this requires a cheap repair or a more expensive upgrade.
I agree that it's a shame, a shame that the landlady doesn't understand property law. I require 24 hours notice and even then I can decline. She can't just say, "I'm coming today" and I have to accept it. And to save you any trouble, she's going to choose the cheaper option.
Finally, this agent lets me in on what's really going on here. He got a reference request yesterday from the letting agent of that place I saw recently.
This is why the landlady is keen to get repairs done. She doesn't care in the slightest about making the place liveable for the goyim. She just wants to maximise her profits by having the repair conducted while the tenant is still in the property, as opposed to after I move out, hence increasing the void period. Now there's an urgency for this Jew landlady: money is at stake.
Sadly, I'm not sure that this new flat will pan out. I've sent them the £250 deposit, which is supposed to remove the property from the market but it's still on the site and they're giving three word responses to emails. The only possible issue is I've only been in this property for two months and they may think that I'm not going to stay long in the new place. They're probably right.