Is Our Block Eligible For Right To Manage?

There are certain criteria that the leaseholders and the block itself must meet before considering Right To Manage. Importantly however, the leaseholders do not have to prove fault or negligence on the part of the current landlord. If the majority of leaseholders are unhappy with the current management, then Right To Manage may well be an option.

Eszter Varsegi in particular is one of the most helpful, amenable, courteous, efficient and engaging people I have ever encountered in this estate management business.

Right to manage

Key criteria

  • At least half of the leaseholders within the block must be in favour of Right To Manage.
  • At least three quarters of the block’s floor area must be residential (e.g. not commercial premises), excluding car parks and common areas.
  • At least two thirds of the leaseholders’ leases must have 21 years or more remaining.
  • The block must contain at least 2 flats.

As you would expect, JCF Property Management is an expert with regards to Right To Manage and we can advise you regarding your options and help guide you through every step of the process. If you are considering Right To Manage and you have questions about the process, what factors to consider and what pitfalls to avoid, we’re here to help.