Section 20 struggles
Cordelia M owns a flat in a block of 60 in Camden. The freeholder is planning some major works, but...
As a leaseholder, you have the right to be consulted if the landlord carries out major works for which you will be asked to pay. This consultation process has two and sometimes three stages:
- First stage – a notice of intention to do the works
- Second stage – notification of estimates obtained by the landlord
- Third stage – where applicable, notification of award of contract
Detailed information on each of the three stages of consultation can be found by clicking on the links below:
- What should the notice of intention to carry out major works contain?
- What should the notice of estimates for major works contain?
- What should the notification of award of contract for major works contain?
- Section 20 Consultation for Private Landlords, Resident Management Companies and their Agents
- Section 20 Consultation for Council and other public sector landlords
- More Frequently Asked Questions on Section 20 Consultation
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