Brock End Right To Manage

Brock End RTM Company Ltd

The above company was established on behalf of leaseholders in order to exercise the Right To Manage at the gated development in Swindon’s Brock End in Cricklade Street,  Swindon, SN1 3HA/B.

The directors of Brock End RTM Company Ltd believe that the leaseholders will benefit from exercising the Right To Manage and invited all leaseholders to a number of  informal meetings to discuss the issues further.

The Right To Manage is exercised on a block by block basis and at least 50% of the leaseholders of each block must support the move. The company obtained the Right To Manage for the leaseholders of Newport House and Croft House from 1 May 2015.

A formal invitation to leaseholders to join the company and participate in the management of the site was sent to all leaseholders in the format laid down by statute. In cases where the leaseholder’s address was unknown the invitation was sent to the property address.

Croft House and Newport House

As the Freeholder did not issue a Counter Notice to the RTM claims, Brock End RTM Company Ltd assumed responsibility for managing Croft House and Newport House from 1 May 2015.

Southwich House

The leaseholders of Southwich House exercised their Right To Manage on 1 November 2016.

Scott House and Betjeman House

The leaseholders of Scott House and Betjeman House exercised their Right To Manage on 1 April 2017.

Betjeman House

The five leaseholders of Betjeman House still continue to be managed by, and pay service charges to, the freeholder’s Agent until the Right To Manage has been exercised for this final block.

Following the successful Right to manage claim a dedicated website was established for Brock End.

Service Charges are now significantly lower for the RTM leaseholders at Brock End and various improvements have been made to the site.