The biggest ever right to manage case has been won at the multi-storey, 422-apartment Metro Central Heights in London’s Elephant and Castle, but Peverel has been retained as managing agent.
Its performance will be reviewed after 12 months and then the residents will decide whether to offer the management contract up for tender.
The site, which used to be Alexander Fleming House and was the old headquarters of the Ministry of Health, won its RTM action earlier this month.
The residents were handheld through the process by the Right to Manage Federation, which in spite of its name is a commercial company offering RTM to all comers. Its founder is Dudley Joiner, who was associated with the Carlex campaign.