More detail on this story in due course – but it seems the experience of residents at Chelsea Bridge Wharf is shared by residents at other developments https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.rendallandrittner.co.uk
The ludicrous ‘satisfaction survey’ closed on 18th October and Rendall and Rittner are refusing to give any date for releasing the results. The badly designed questionnaire, which repeated many questions, actually failed to… Continue reading
In April 2018, without resident consultation, collection of service charges for Warwick Building was transferred from L&Q housing association to Rendall & Rittner. The author of this blog has confirmed that service charges… Continue reading
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
Below is the text of an official complaint which I made to Rendall & Rittner regarding the notes of the last residents’ meeting (October 2016). The notes, which were not circulated for more than a month after the meeting, systematically censored the vocal… Continue reading
The author of this blog has received notification of service charge rate for 2017/18. It represents an increase of nearly 7% year on year. Rendall & Rittner have refused to supply a copy of the presentation they gave at… Continue reading
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On 24th August 2016, temperatures in London reached 33 C (91 F). At Chelsea Bridge Wharf, residents were forced to keep their windows closed as Berkeley Homes continued to use heavy diesel engined… Continue reading
The service charges are already grossly inflated and there is no case whatsoever for these doors. Have there been numerous break-ins to the car park on P2? Have there been intruders to the building? Official statistics show that since CBW was built there has been one break into the car park and one attempted break in. The Community Safety Officer has advised that the existing doors are fit for purpose.
Following the decision of Berkeley Homes and Battersea Power Station Development Company to resurface Sopwith Way, remove the speed humps and open it up to all traffic there has been a massive increase in traffic along this narrow service road which runs within metres of many apartments at Chelsea Bridge Wharf. The traffic has come from HGVs waiting to access the Vista development site at the junction of Sopwith Way and Queenstown Road and from general traffic from the extremely busy Queenstown Road which are looking for a cut through to the Battersea Power Station site or for somewhere convenient to turn around to avoid going into the congestion charge zone.