How to deal with Noisy Neighbours!
As part of Noise Action Week 21-25 May 2007,(www.noiseactionweek,org.uk), Mary-Anne Bowring, creator of www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk explains how to deal with noisy neighbours when living in a shared block. We all make allowances for a little noise from our neighb...Read More
Noise Action Week
Noisy Neighbours are the top complaint Noise Action Week, 21-25 May 2007, aims to raise awareness about noise, noise issues and helps to promote a responsible attitude towards noise. As part of Noise Action Week, www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk reveals that of the top ...Read More
Service Charge Nightmares
Help! We simply cannot collect the service charges is common cry particularly from small blocks. Mary-Anne Bowring, creator of www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk reveals the solutions. Collecting service charges can be problematic. Especially for small blocks of flats ...Read More
Service Charge is the number one complaint
A recent survey carried out by online property solution provider, www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk has revealed that a neighbour not paying their service charge is the number one complaint amongst flat owners. Resident Managing Companies who are responsible for the ...Read More
Dealing with Pigeons as a Pest
Many people take pleasure in feeding pigeons however pigeons are widely regarded as a pest and unacceptable in large numbers. www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk suggests ways to help you deal with problems concerning pigeons. The control of pigeons is a very controversi...Read More
Who puts the bin out?
Although it may seem a trivial issue to some, for those who live in residential blocks, issues regarding refuse bins is a grey area. www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk explains all the information you need to diagnose the problem and take action. Normally the number of...Read More
Understanding who is liable for repairs in residential block
When living in a residential block, repairs items can be a sensitive issue and it takes an understanding of the lease to know what really remains the responsibility of each party. Accepting repairs that really lie with the leaseholder as a service charge item is unfa...Read More
Five Tops tips for your making your communal area green
In support of Energy Saving Week (22nd to 28th of October), a flag ship week run by the Energy Saving Trust, www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk has teamed up with construction industry specialists, PDM Consultants, to provide block of flats that are self managed with ener...Read More
Keep the noise down, especially during the night
As part of Noise Action Week 21-25 May 2007, Mary Anne, MD of the Ringley Group and creator of Leaseholdersupport.co.uk reveals what really goes on behind closed doors The unwanted noise of a prostitute operating in an otherwise lovely block of flats is not the ty...Read More
Landlords get a new online service
Leaseholders who self manage their blocks of flats internally or use a property management company can save approximately £1350 a year through a new online solution www.leaseholdersupport.co.uk. The company provides flat and apartment owners with the essential se...Read More
Freehold Purchase Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006) Leaseholders in small blocks of flats not only have the right to manage their own blocks, they are also able to collectively purchase the freehold, adding value to their homes.
Leasehold Extension Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006) Leases are getting shorter and loan to value rations are being affected. Lenders are relucant to lend on a short lease property. Subjects covered include: extending lease, tracking down a relucant or absent landlord and adding value to home.
The Right to Manage Seminar (6-14th Oct, 2006) The freeholder would generally manage your block of flats at a cost to you. In 2002 it became possible for leaseholders to claim the right to manage their own blocks without having to prove fault in the feeholder or the managing agent. Find out more from Mary-Anne Bowring.