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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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Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

The world of service charge accounting creates true financial professionals

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 customer invariably rambles off into issues such as their neighbour putting out washing on th...

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Construction magazine
Maryanne bowring

01/01/1998
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Virtual Concierge

Around 23% of apartment blocks in central London boast a concierge, and at the moment there are pretty much just two types of blocks of flats, those that have concierge and those that don't. However, that is now changing. The future, says Mary-Anne Bowring, MD of the...

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Mabringley

06/04/0202
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring/Blackstock

Government confirms new steps to further reform building safety

The government has confirmed that big changes will be made to building safety. New measures include mandatory sprinkle systems and consistent wayfinding signage. This will be in all new high-rise blocks of flats over 11 metres tall. In his statement, Housing Secreta...

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