Leasehold Consultation Feedback

When we carry out certain major works on your building or introduce new services to the building in which you live then we may be required to carry out consultation with you, this is required under the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002.

Major Works

If we intend to carry out major works to the building in which you live (e.g. roof replacement) which will amount in a charge in excess of £250 to you then we are required to carry out consultation with you. We will we notify you of what works will take place and why they are necessary. This consultation will include us asking for your input into our proposals and depending on how we tender for works we may invite you to nominate a contractor from whom we should gain an estimate for works.

Long Term Agreements

If we intend to introduce a new service (e.g. cleaning of the communal parts in your building) which will amount in an annual charge in excess of £100 to you then we are required to carry out consultation with you. We will notify you of what service we intend to introduce and why we feel the service is necessary. This consultation will include us asking for your input into our proposals and depending on how we tender for services we may invite you to nominate a contractor from whom we should gain an estimate for services.

Feedback

When we consult with you we are required to reply to any written observations you may have in relation to works or services we propose to introduce. We do this by creating a summary statement of your observations and our response to your feedback. On the right hand side of this page you will find a summary of feedback on current consultation programmes which are being undertaken in various buildings where we hold the freehold title.