By having house rules as part of the tenancy it does mark out what is acceptable behaviour or not. If the rules say stop overs are restricted, the other tenants can legitimately complain to the errant tenant and make his life a pain in ways that you cannot do.
As previously pointed out its hard to start rules once a tenancy has started, but his tenancy may already say that only one person is to occupy the room and you can remind him of that. You can also say that utilities have increased disproportionately so he is liable unless his g/f makes herself scarse.
Its obviously annoying the others, so tell him its not on and if you hear from the others it hasn't changed by next week, you will be giving him notice to quit and that you are prepared to release him from any fixed term on his contract as he would probably be happier elsewhere where stop overs are not at the inconvenience and expense of others. You should talk to the tenant and not his friend.
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