Articles

Maryanne bowring

20/03/2007
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

No win, no fee litigation

Self managed blocks of flats that suffer from service charge arrears and ground rent arrears are being offered a no-win, no fee service by the online property solution provider, www.leaseholderSupport.co.uk. This affordable service uses Ringleys Legal Service Team wh...

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Maryanne bowring

27/09/2007
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Lease managers to be 'let off'

According to online property solution provider, leaseholdersupport.co.uk, 60% of small flat management companies who are failing to comply with the law will be let off the hook with the introduction of the new Companies Act 2006 which comes into effect on 1st October...

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Maryanne bowring

01/02/2011
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

How wired is your block?

Mary-Anne Bowring explains the latest innovation in block porterage WITH RESIDENTS BECOMING MORE DEMANDING these days and innovation being key to keeping them happy, a new Virtual Concierge product aims to add value to blocks. In essence, it's a plasma screen ins...

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Avenue news

11/10/2001
Author : The Avenue News

Ringleys do the business for John

Ringleys do the business for John Flat purchaser John Marden enjoyed a good experience when he contacted Ringley Chartered Surveyors. I don't think any agent would have looked after me as well as Ringley Chartered Surveyors, said purchaser John Marden. The pro...

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Parikiaki newspaper

07/02/2002
Author : Parikiaki Newspaper

Ringley Chartered Surveyors

START ADJUSTING OCTOBER 1999, COMPLY BY 2004 OR RISK A £10,000 FINE! It probably hasn't dawned on many businessmen and women quite how far reaching the implications of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 actually are. Not only does the Act affect businesses an...

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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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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

16/02/2011
Author : Mary-Anne Bowring

Ringley to launch Block Management Revolution

Leading London managing agent Ringley Group are campaigning to revolutionise the way the UK residential block management industry operates through a sophisticated new online block administration system. This will enable owners of the flats within small apartment b...

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Events

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.