Cheryl is one of our dedicated Property Manager’s; spending her time looking after her sites, residents and owners, as well as forming a key member of our team
Cheryl helps KT Management in the service provided to residents and owners; ensure all the communal areas are clean and tidy whilst being maintained to a good standard, helping to keep the estate a nice place to live and visit. Here at KT Management we like to keep it straightforward, whilst adhering to the obligations in the Leases/Transfers
Budgeting is one of the key services that KT Management offer – service charge budgets are prepared using our special formula, designed to enable us to set each element of the budget to a reasonable level with anticipated costs in mind.
In turn, budgeting assists KT Management to manage their clients cashflow.
Cashflow is a fundamental element for an effectively managed site. It enables KT Management to ensure contractors are paid on time for the service they provide, whilst working with clients and their financial circumstances, allowing you to manage your money and plan your next holiday.
ARMA was founded in 1991 to bring together professionals involved in private residential block management. They…
In 2014 ARMA introduced ARMA-Q, which is a self-regulatory regime for its members. KT Management is proud to say we are ARMA accredited.
For more information visit www.arma.org.uk
Each year the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk) organise an awareness week to highlight the problems hedgehogs face and how we can help.
If you want to find out more visit the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk)
The Housing Minister Gavin Barwell has introduced tougher measures for local authorities against rogue landlords. As a result they now have a tool to crack down on rogue landlords who neglect their responsibilities.
Councils now have the power to fine landlords up to £30,000. Instead of prosecution for the variety of housing offences committed. The fines will probably be used by councils for the purpose of housing enforcement in the private sector.
“These measures will give councils the additional powers they need to tackle poor quality rental homes in their area.
“By driving out of business those rogue landlords that continue to flout the rules.We can raise standards, improve affordability and give tenants the protections they need.”
For information about the Housing Minister, see the below link by The Guardian
Theresa May has now formally triggered Article 50 and the countdown to leave the EU has started.
Parliament has introduced a new piece of Smoke Alarm Legislation regarding smoke and CO2 alarms in rental properties.
This means, that all landlords are required by 1st October 2015 to ensure that their rental properties comply with the new legislation, which is…
If landlords do not adhere to the new Smoke Alarm Legislation update the local housing authority will issue them remedial notices. Civil penalties of up to £5,000 may be charged if the landlord continues to ignore the new legislation.
The majority of thefts are as a result of situations being taken advantage of; such as doors and windows being left open.
Whether you live in a freehold property such as a house or a flat in a block of flats, if you want to protect your property make sure all the doors and windows including communal doors and windows are shut when you are not at the property or have gone to bed. For further advice go to www.police.uk
The Phillips v Francis case was heard in the Court of Appeal last week, so far no decision has been announced but we understand it might be good news.
On 15th October 2014 ARMA held their Annual General Meeting, where they saw Ben Jordan retire and elected Martin Perry in his place.
At this unprecedented time we have made some operational changes and have closed our offices. The team are however still here to support you although for the time-being we will need your co-operation to communicate with us by email please.
Given the volumes we know we will not be able to reply immediately but if you could remain patient for the reply if applicable, you will most certainly receive a response but please resist the temptation to send several other emails, it will not only help us manage enquiries but enable us to identify any priority emails relating to emergencies etc
Rest assured we are doing everything we can, working within Government guidelines, to maintain services while at the same time protecting our staff, clients and contractors.
Finally, if we could ask you not to send any paper correspondence to our offices please, and to arrange for any payments to be submitted electronically it would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your understanding, look after yourselves and please stay safe.