Category Archive: Right to Manage

Retendering of the Management contract Right at Chelsea Bridge Wharf

Notes from a residents’ meeting on 9th December 2021 Summary On 9th December, at a well-attended online meeting organised by Mike O’Driscoll (Warwick resident) residents met to discuss options for taking back control of Chelsea… Continue reading

Chelsea Bridge Wharf Residents’ Survey 2021

The initial report from the above survey is now available here OVERVIEW Over half of respondents are dissatisfied with the overall performance of the managing agent (Rendall and Rittner). 20.6% are neutral and just… Continue reading

Over 200 extremely dissatisfied residents from ten developments send open letter to Rendall and Rittner

‘Enough Is Enough’ An Open Letter to Rendall & Rittner 21st July 2020 FINAL Appendix open letter to R&R 21.7.20 AMENDED Over 200 residents from TEN London developments managed by Rendall and Rittner… Continue reading

Protecting consumers in the letting and managing agent market: call for evidence

The government consultation on cracking down on abuses by managing agents and letting agents closes today at 11.45 pm https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/protecting-consumers-in-the-letting-and-managing-agent-market-call-for-evidence Residents are encouraged to give their views about Rendall and Rittner’s management at… Continue reading

Warwick Building (L&Q) Residents’ Meeting : Monday 9th July 2012, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm, Pestana Hotel

Dear Resident   Re: Warwick Resident Meeting   You are invited to attend the next Warwick Building Resident Meeting. We will discuss a range of issues including Consort as a Managing Agent and… Continue reading

Notes from meeting of Warwick Building residents, L&Q and Berkeley Homes (15th March) finally released! Widespread anger at Berkeley Homes, Consort / Peverel and L&Q

Residents are very concerned and angry about a sudden uplift in their service charges, claiming that it is well above current inflation rate (3.5%). Some residents of advised of a 13% year on year increase in their service charges; others report a 150% increase.

Latest News on Right to Manage at Chelsea Bridge Wharf

The head lesee of Warwick Building at CBW, London & Quadrant Housing Association, has apparently indicated that they are happy to appoint an alternative managing company chosen by residents (i.e. get rid of Peverel without RTM). A majority of residents from Warwick have signed a document initiating the Right to Manage process and there was a meeting (15th March 2012) with L&Q and residents of Warwick with representation from Peverel / Berkeley to discuss service charge hikes. Residents expect a response from L & Q soon clarifying their position re Right to Manage / change of management company without RTM