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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Who is responsible for pollarding trees in residential blocks?

The term pollard, is used to describe the cutting and pruning to control the growth of a tree. People that live in residential blocks may be unsure of who is responsible for pollarding trees so www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk discusses the issues. The purpose of pol...

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Converted block porchester court w2

Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Step by step guide to lease extensions

Step by step guide to lease extensions The concept Whilst your lease is probably the most valuable asset you own, worth whatever you could sell it for in the market place, the freeholder holds a stake in its value too. Why, because a) he receives investment in...

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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Where finance meets property

Finance is not a backroom role in Property! You have to have broad enough shoulders to start with what am I due to pay then have first class interpersonal skills when the Client invariably rambles off into issues such as their neighbour putting out washing on the b...

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01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

How to manage your solicitor

I remember when I bought my first property how it was essential to go and have a face to face meeting with the solicitor. Feeling a bit nervous with sweaty palms at the tender age of 18 taking on such a big responsibility I walked into the solicitor's office with a ...

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Bickerton rd

Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

A lifeline for Leaseholders

In response to the increasing pressure that leaseholders are coming under to comply with a growing amount of government legislation, one of London's top managing agents, The Ringley Group, has started a national campaign to solve leaseholder problems and throw them a...

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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

A Spanner in the Works

It was only when the leaseholders of a block of flats in North West London enlisted the help of property service providers, The Ringley Group, that they discovered their lease was defective. Buying the freehold is now a popular option for leaseholders. Not only do...

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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Don't get personal

A Management Company that is made up of leaseholders can cause issues, particularly when block politics rule business decisions In a bid to give leaseholders better rights and greater transparency over the running of their block, leaseholders were given the right ...

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Cream coloured flats

Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

How to deal with a leaking radiator

For those that live in residential blocks, issues such as a leaking radiator can cause concern. www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk suggests ways to tackle the problem. Modern radiators are made of pressed steel and are used to emit heat from hot water which is pumped ar...

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Green oak house

Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

How to deal with a leak from a bath waste area

A leak from a bath waste area is a problem for any homeowner; however for those that live in a residential block, it may be unclear as to whose responsibility it is to fix it. www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk suggests how to tackle the problem. The bath waste area des...

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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

How to deal with a blocked or leaking toilet

A leaking or blocked toilet can be a problem, especially if you live in a residential block. www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk suggests ways to solve the problem. A blocked or leaking toilet is a problem that most of us have had to deal with at some point in time. Howe...

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