RTMF: UK’S biggest RTM case

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The Right to Manage Federation (RTMF) assisted the Lessees of Metro Central Heights in winning their RTM case. This is the largest case of its kind, to date.

The development of 422 leaseholders, is currently managed by Consort Property Management.

This LVT decision will now allow the RTM to find new representation and have more control over the management of the development. The full decision can be found here


Is ‘Default Judgment’ adequate in determining Service Charge arrears for the purposes of s.81 of the Housing Act 1996?
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An appeal, decided in the Central London County Court in the case of Church Commissioners for England v. (1) Koyale
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RTM does not extend to managing the shared estate facilities.
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Since its introduction by the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002, many leaseholders have acquired the right to manage their
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