WE NEED YOUR HELP AGAIN.
We Know you are all tired of completing consultation after consultation but PLEASE do not stop. We need to keep going.
Helping leaseholders take control over the running of their buildings.
The Law Commission are conducting a public consultation on reform of the right to manage: “Leasehold home ownership: exercising the right to manage”.
The consultation period is open until 30 April 2019.
They want to hear from everyone with views on the law and process of RTM – leaseholders, landlords, campaigners, property developers, industry bodies, professionals and academics.
The Consultation Paper is lengthy and technical. Please don’t be put off by this. You do not need to answer every question.
If you are only interested in one part of our consultation, or even if you wish to answer only one question, you can respond to just that part or question.You do not need to complete all of your answers in one go.
You can save and return to the form at any time.The Law Comission have provided guidance and explanations on their website. Please take the time to read them.
How to complete the consultation?
Comments may be sent using the online form, accessible here. Where possible, it would be helpful if this form was used.
Alternatively, comments may be sent:
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By post to Right to Manage Team, Law Commission, 1st Floor, Tower, 52 Queen’s Anne Gate, London, SW1H 9AG.
(If you send your comments by post, it would be helpful if, whenever possible, you could also send them electronically.)
There is also a short survey leaseholders can complete.
SHORT SURVEY:They have produced a short survey for leaseholders and directors of RTM companies to complete, to tell us about their experiences of the RTM.You can access it here.
PLEASE SUPPORT EACHOTHER IN TRYING TO DETANGLE OURSELVES FROM THIS LEASEHOLD WEB.