Right To Manage London

Experienced Right To Manage Company covering London, Essex and Hertfordshire.

THE RIGHT TO MANAGE LONDON

The opportunity to control how your property is managed

If you are a Leaseholder in a block of flats and are troubled or anxious about the current management of your block, the law empowers you and your fellow residents to take full control of the management of your block from the current Freeholder or managing agents by instigating the Right to Manage (RTM) Process.

If you plan to appoint Uniq Block Management as the managing agent for your new RTM company, then we can do a lot to help with the RTM process for you.

Talk to one of our Right to Manage experts today for a free quote and find out why we are right for you and your property.

The First Step?

Is to recognize all the improvements you would like to see with the management of your property. We will create a plan for the improvement’s, RTM can enable you to make and prioritise what needs to be done as soon as possible.

We advise that you discover if your fellow leaseholders’ projections are aligned with yours and are practical. If one leaseholder expects a wholesale refurbishment, but another is only looking for lower service charges, then there needs to be a discussion which we can help facilitate.

We are specialists at bringing different stakeholders together to find workable ways forward.

The First Step

Is to recognize all the improvements you would like to see with the management of your property. We will create a plan for the improvement’s, RTM can enable you to make and prioritise what needs to be done as soon as possible.

We advise that you discover if your fellow leaseholders’ projections are aligned with yours and are practical. If one leaseholder expects a wholesale refurbishment, but another is only looking for lower service charges, then there needs to be a discussion which we can help facilitate.

We are specialists at bringing different stakeholders together to find workable ways forward.

RTM Main Requirements

As a general outline there are three main requirements that need to be fulfilled for the Right to Manage procedure to be commenced:

  • At least two thirds of the residential units must be let on long leases (at least 21 years).
  • At least 50% of the flat owners need to be in agreement.
  • At least 75% of the block must be residential.

It is advised to obtain support for the Right to Manage process informally, and only where enough Leaseholders display an interest are matters progressed to the next step..

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What Is Right To Manage?

Right To Manage (RTM) is the process that productively places all the power for the management and maintenance of the building into the hands of the flat leaseholders.

The Right to Manage (RTM) was introduced through the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002. It gives leaseholders the statutory right to take over the management of their property from the landlord by setting up a special company – a right to manage company.

RTM is an crucial right for leaseholders. They do not have to get the landlord’s permission, prove any mismanagement, or obtain any court order to exercise the right. But it does come with some very real responsibilities and it’s not a decision that should be taken lightly.

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