Currently, there is no governmental body that regulates the block management industry however there are self-regulatory bodies that provide such safeguarding for leaseholders.
The Association of Residential Managing Agents is the main regulatory body for managing agents in the UK. ARMA have certain criteria that agents must adhere to, ensuring the highest standards in the management of their buildings and clients.
Of course, there are regulatory bodies that block management companies must join, such as the Information Commissioner’s Office for data protection as well as the Property Ombudsman for recourse over service complaints.
Well done to Audas Project Management who were the main contractor for the new Primark store in Tamworth. The store has now opened.
The Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee has urged the Government to re-commit to the principle that leaseholders should not have to pay for the removal of unsafe cladding from their homes and calls on the Government to establish a Comprehensive Building Safety Fund…
We care, we believe in action, not words and when we promise, we deliver.
Speak to me Robin Lewis on 07747 761294 or use the links below to discuss your particular requirements.