At Rebloom we have a dream that one day every flat owner will have a direct say over the costs they incur, the level of service provided by their management company and they will be comfortable knowing that the service they get is one they want and at a price they agreed to pay.
We are realists and know that only by taking action will dreams come true, so we have embarked upon a crusade to provide access to the tools that all leaseholders can use to ensure that the management of their development is to a standard you require and if necessary delivered under your direct control.
Of these the two most effective tools are:
- Communal Building Rating
A 5 star independent assessment of the quality of your development with a report of the improvements and likely costs required to get to the next level. Having this report will help in a constructive meeting with your management company on the work required within your development.
- Your right to manage
Should you feel that the only way you can really get control of your development is by taking the management responsibility yourself, we can help you through the process.
If you just want a better managing agent, we would be please to talk to you and provide you with a quotation and references.
An affiliate of the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA), the only body in England and Wales which exclusively regulates the management of residential leasehold blocks of apartments. As members we can demonstrate to our clients that we meet ARMA’s exacting quality standards by operating within their strict Code of Practice.
We endorse, accept and undertake to comply with the Code of Practice relating to service charges published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and as approved by the Secretaries of State for England and Wales under the terms of Section 87 of the Leasehold Reform, Housing and Urban Development Act 1993.
This Code is directed at all those associated with the management of residential properties where service charges are payable. First published in 1997 the Code is as relevant now as it was then.
Most apartments are managed and maintained by someone other than the occupier. In these circumstances, it is essential that the management process is undertaken within a proper regulatory framework. This Code provides such a framework to assist in managing to the necessary standards. It covers legislative requirements as well as offering advice on good practice.