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I live in a block of flats built by Taylor Wimpey around 2 years ago. There are 41 flats owned by leaseholders at my end of the building and 27 Housing Association flats at the other end. There is a common ground floor car park (flats on 1-5) with access to separate cycle stores and refuse areas. There is also a common "garden" area on the first floor. Taylor Wimpey appointed the managing agents for the whole building (with no consultation with the leaseholders) and the management agents are party to the leases. The managing agents have consistently failed in their duties and Taylor Wimpey have agreed that they should be removed. At this stage, we simply want an alternative managing agent appointed, but Taylor Wimpey are saying the only way to do this is for the leaseholders to form a Right To Manage company. Is that correct? Would there not anyway be complications regarding the shared areas? (We would probably want to move to Right to Manage at some time in the future, but only after the many problems have been resolved, and the building has been run efficiently for a period.) Regards, ***** *****
The full name of the managing agents is JJ Homes (Properties) Limited, so it would appear that they are a limited company.
I can email you a copy of my lease if there is some way to do that.
I am the Chairman of the leaseholders' residents' association and we have a committee meeting Tuesday evening, so I will appreciate a full response before then.
"The professional has left the conversation"!!!!!
What sort of service is that??
I would like an answer by tomorrow (Tuesday 9th) afternoon, or an immediate refund.
When will I receive the refund?