The right to manage is an opportunity for the leaseholders
to run their own affairs and collectively control the management and upkeep of their flats.
He urged leaseholders
to set up standing orders with the firm, so their ground rent payments would not be overlooked.
worried about insurance are invited to contact LEASE.
Mr Spooner, who described himself as a "thorn in the council's side", has been involved in bringing several similar cases to court in recent years and claims to have saved leaseholders
thousands of pounds by challenging improvement costs.
The scrutiny review into leaseholder
services has made a number of recommendations and there will be changes.
Support takes away the four main burdens of self-managing:
This affords leaseholders
in blocks of flats the opportunity to take over the control of their building and to appoint a professional managing agent to manage it on their behalf.
We have already been getting the views of leaseholders
at a number of events over the last year.
Residents' groups in south Birmingham were shocked to see that leaseholders
in the north of the city were "only" charged pounds 138, as revealed in the Mail, because they have to stump up a staggering pounds 211.
Caerphilly council's Tenancy Enforcement Team is continuing its efforts in investigating allegations of anti-social behaviour against council tenants and leaseholders
005% of leaseholders
in blocks of flats have taken up the "right to manage" in the year after the Commonhold and Leasehold reform Act 2002 was introduced.
Works such as these have a major impact on the lives of our tenants and leaseholders