Dear Readers I am a pensioner with a disability who is in constant battle with my service managers Peverel Retirement, the Leaseholders Fairhold Homes No4 and builders McCarthy & Stone since I purchased my property in 2003. This was meant to be my dream early retirement and due to my disability chosen as advised on the […]
The Daily Telegraph has today reproduced a press release about the retirement housing sector, this time from construction analysts Glenigan. In full here “There is no doubt that potential demand for these types of property is large, and is only set to grow.
The taxpayer-funded Leasehold Advisory Service organised its first wide-ranging “stakeholder” meeting last Thursday to understand how it can best get feedback from the sector. LKP / Carlex would question why it wants this feedback in the first place, given that LEASE has said absolutely NOTHING about abuses in the sector and left this task entirely […]
The Carlex reader “Fleeced” thinks contingency fund fees paid on sale are a rip-off and Carlex is wrong not to oppose them. She bought and sold a flat after only six months and had to pay out her contingency fund contribution. Worse, it was needed to pay for new underground carpark gates which might reasonably have […]
There she blows! Good Admiral Entwistle is heading for FirstPort … but is Capt’n Barbossa still aboard?
By Martin Boyd Last Friday Carlex formally met with Peverel CEO Janet Entwistle at the Houses of Parliament. This time in addition to Sir Peter Bottomley the Labour MP for Poplar and Limehouse, Jim Fitzpatrick, was able to join the meeting with LKP/CARLEX representatives Sebastian O’Kelly and Martin Boyd. Of course, Janet Entwistle pointed to […]
Residents not informed of court decision of a month ago What are the freeholder’s legal costs? Right To Manage Federation has said it would pay Elim Court’s battle to break free of London freeholder Israel Moskovitz and his associate Joseph Gurvits has failed on appeal to the Upper Tribunal. The ruling on the right […]