Right to manage2020-10-26T11:46:00+00:00

Right To Manage (RTM) is the process that effectively places all the responsibility for the management and maintenance of the building into the hands of the flat leaseholders.

Whether you have only 2 flats involved in seeking Right to Manage, and you want to know how to form your own Residents Management Company, or you are already a member of a Residents Management Company company and you’re unhappy with your existing management arrangement, we can advise on the Right To Manage company formation process or acting as a managing agent for the management of your Residential Block.

Right To Manage (RTM) is the process that effectively places all the responsibility for the management and maintenance of the building into the hands of the flat leaseholders.

Whether you have only 2 flats involved in seeking Right to Manage, and you want to know how to form your own Residents Management Company, or you are already a member of a Residents Management Company company and you’re unhappy with your existing management arrangement, we can advise on the Right To Manage company formation process or acting as a managing agent for the management of your Residential Block.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

There are certain criteria that will determine whether you situation makes your block a good candidate for RTM. We can assist you in making that assessment and guiding you through the technical legalities that might prevent someone from becoming eligible. To start the process, we check the land registry and work with you to obtain the correct information about participants and leaseholders.

Right to Manage

– Make the First Step

Not sure what to do or if a development may apply contact: ian.magenis@scanlanspm.com or 0161 212 8312, for an informal without obligation discussion.

Useful information:

LEASE: The Leashold Advisory Service

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

There are certain criteria that will determine whether you situation makes your block a good candidate for RTM. We can assist you in making that assessment and guiding you through the technical legalities that might prevent someone from becoming eligible. To start the process, we check the land registry and work with you to obtain the correct information about participants and leaseholders.

Right to Manage

– Make the First Step

Not sure what to do or if a development may apply contact: ian.magenis@scanlanspm.com or 0161 212 8312, for an informal without obligation discussion.

Useful information:

RICS: Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

LEASE: The Leashold Advisory Service

WHAT IS RIGHT TO MANAGE?

Right To Manage allows leaseholders or residents to take control of the management of their residential block. The power of Right To Manage was given as part of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002, and affects leaseholders and their Landlords.

In most cases, block management is the responsibility of the Landlord. However, with Right To Manage, qualifying residents of residential blocks have the right to take responsibility for the management of the block. This includes repairs and maintenance of communal areas such as gardens and lifts, amongst many other responsibilities.

Normally, those who are responsible for this management will hire a professional managing agent to help support them. A managing agent, such as Scanlans Property Management, will handle all aspects of the management of the block, including hiring contractors and collecting service charges.

We are one of the leading managing agents in the UK, supporting leaseholders and residents with their Right To Manage process for a number of years. Right To Manage is a great way to have more control over your residential block, and having an experienced managing agent by your side ensures a smooth Right To Manage process. We’re regulated by ARMA, so you can be confident the management of your block is in good hands. Our services are fully inclusive, meaning you can sit back and relax whilst we manage all aspects of the block.

If you’re interested in exercising your Right To manage, get in touch with Scanlans today to see how we can support you through the formation process and ongoing management of your residential block.

WHAT IS RIGHT TO MANAGE?

Right To Manage allows leaseholders or residents to take control of the management of their residential block. The power of Right To Manage was given as part of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002, and affects leaseholders and their Landlords.

In most cases, block management is the responsibility of the Landlord. However, with Right To Manage, qualifying residents of residential blocks have the right to take responsibility for the management of the block. This includes repairs and maintenance of communal areas such as gardens and lifts, amongst many other responsibilities.

Normally, those who are responsible for this management will hire a professional managing agent to help support them. A managing agent, such as Scanlans Property Management, will handle all aspects of the management of the block, including hiring contractors and collecting service charges.

We are one of the leading managing agents in the UK, supporting leaseholders and residents with their Right To Manage process for a number of years. Right To Manage is a great way to have more control over your residential block, and having an experienced managing agent by your side ensures a smooth Right To Manage process. We’re regulated by ARMA, so you can be confident the management of your block is in good hands. Our services are fully inclusive, meaning you can sit back and relax whilst we manage all aspects of the block.

If you’re interested in exercising your Right To manage, get in touch with Scanlans today to see how we can support you through the formation process and ongoing management of your residential block.

WHAT IS RIGHT TO MANAGE?

Right To Manage allows leaseholders or residents to take control of the management of their residential block. The power of Right To Manage was given as part of the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002, and affects leaseholders and their Landlords.

In most cases, block management is the responsibility of the Landlord. However, with Right To Manage, qualifying residents of residential blocks have the right to take responsibility for the management of the block. This includes repairs and maintenance of communal areas such as gardens and lifts, amongst many other responsibilities.

Normally, those who are responsible for this management will hire a professional managing agent to help support them. A managing agent, such as Scanlans Property Management, will handle all aspects of the management of the block, including hiring contractors and collecting service charges.

We are one of the leading managing agents in the UK, supporting leaseholders and residents with their Right To Manage process for a number of years. Right To Manage is a great way to have more control over your residential block, and having an experienced managing agent by your side ensures a smooth Right To Manage process. We’re regulated by ARMA, so you can be confident the management of your block is in good hands. Our services are fully inclusive, meaning you can sit back and relax whilst we manage all aspects of the block.

If you’re interested in exercising your Right To manage, get in touch with Scanlans today to see how we can support you through the formation process and ongoing management of your residential block.

Testimonials

Julie Waters

We have used Scanlans services since 2007 and can highly recommend them. I am one of the directors at Manor Court in Sharston and Anna Knowles our property manager is fantastic. She is always responsive and any issues are dealt with quickly and professionally. I can honestly say that you couldn’t get a better property management company!

Hannah Wilby

Whilst going through the sale of our property, it has been quite testing to obtain all information the buyers solicitors requested and yet, Anna Knowles at Scanlans has been absolutely brilliant in helping us, nothing is too much trouble for her and she went out of her way to answer a number of complicated queries that were raised. We would just like to say thankyou so much to Anna Knowles for all her hard work and thankyou to Scanlans, it’s been a pleasure.

Rob Pickles

I live a busy life, thus it’s a relief to have Scanlans ensuring myself and other residents are safe, and that my property is safe. Their expertise and assistance is always available and I’ve been impressed by their competency during difficult periods that come with block apartments and shared grounds. In particular, Faatima Kawri is the property manager for where I live and took on my residential block during a very difficult period with various challenges to do deal with. Even during the difficult periods she excelled in providing efficient assistance for general matters such as financial queries, neighbour disputes, and general maintenance, etc. which all contribute to my residential block being a nice place to live.

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