Block Management


If you are a Freeholder or a management company and would like your blocks professionally managed look no further.

We work closely with management companies, freeholders, developers and leaseholders to provide a hassle free management service.

Block Management Service

Our block management service includes:

  • Service charge budgeting.
  • Invoicing of service charge and ground rents.
  • Collection of arrears and taking legal action if necessary.
  • Provision of annual certified accounts.
  • Building inspection.
  • Organising routine maintenance works in accordance with any schedules.
  • Detailed specifications and tenders for major projects.
  • Section 20 consultation process.
  • Organising energy supply agreements.
  • Co-ordinating annual general meetings.
  • Compliance with all health and safety regulations.
  • Building Insurance arrangement and, if deemed necessary, valuation for insurance purposes.
  • Dealing with solicitors’ enquiries for leasehold sales transactions.
  • Developers service to assist with the transfer of a new building to a managing agent and to ensure services and agreements are in place.
  • Dealing with any assignment.
  • Right to manage.
  • Assistance with right to manage.
  • Developers service.

Get in touch

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If you require further information please contact
Jamie Langley: Email: Tel: 01633 387 970
or Jackie Llewellyn: Email: Tel: 01633 387 970

Right to Manage

If you are not happy with the way your building is currently being managed, then we can help with the process of transferring your property management away from the existing landlord to a company set up by you as the leaseholder, allowing you to appoint a new management agent. We can assist with each step of this process; and because we understand it so well, we can ensure a stress-free transition.

Right to Manage Conditions

To qualify for Right to Manage, the following criteria must be met:

  • The building must be self-contained and have a minimum of two flats.
  • 50% of lessees must agree to become a member of the newly formed Right to Manage Company.
  • Less than 25% of the building space should be used for commercial purposes.
  • Qualifying lessees must have a lease that was originally granted for at least 21 years.
  • At least two thirds of the residential units must be let to qualifying lessees.

The Right to Manage Process

  • Participating residents apply for the Right to Manage.
  • A Right to Manage company has been established.
  • Formal notice served to residents who have not become members which details their rights to become members of the Right to Manage Company.
  • Formal claim notice to landlord with date before which a counter claim may be served.
  • Management is transferred to the Right to Manage Company.
  • Any arrears remain with the Freeholder at this point.


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