The Right To Manage Federation chalks up its 28th leasehold RTM success in central London … as it fights epic Plymouth RTM duel in the Land Tribunal

Riverside Plaza, in Battersea, is 28th RTM success in central London for the Right To Manage Federation

LKP has learned that the Right To Manage Federation has achieved its 28th leasehold RTM success in central London on the same day that it fights to free a Plymouth retirement development in the Land Tribunal. After an inexplicable – and scandalous – hold-up of 14 months, the right to manage at Regent Court finally comes […]

How to handle your leasehold ‘right to manage’ – by a leading managing agent

Rob Plumb, CEO of HML Holdings, explains the dangers of that lie in the right to manage process Normally a written contract works well to keep an agreement in place because both parties to the contract want the same outcome.  “Right to Manage” isn’t a normal contract. It sounds, initially, so straight forward. RTM enables […]

£30,000 bill for RTM ‘fiasco’

A group of 120 leaseholders in Brighton have failed in their bid to win “right to manage” and have been left with a legal bill of more than £30,000. The RTM company set up at Kingsmere, a Seventies building on the London Road in Brighton, has only £800 left in the accounts and faces going […]

Chelsea Bridge Wharf: a win for Peverel

Did residents really vote to be managed by Peverel? This astonishing item of news emerged from a recent meeting with the Berkeley Group, where it was suggested that residents at Chelsea Bridge Wharf actually voted to be managed by Peverel. Improbable though it may be, the event did, in fact, occur at Chelsea Bridge Wharf, […]