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GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO CMA STUDY

24th March 2015|POSTED BY: Admin

GOVERNMENT ACKNOWLEDGES THAT ARMA-Q IS A FORCE FOR HIGHER STANDARDS

Managing agents’ trade body, ARMA, says the Government’s response to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) study into the leasehold property sector is a positive outcome that places ARMA at the heart of policy development and self-regulation.

ARMA Chief Executive Michelle Banks said: “We have secured positive outcomes for our members and the industry by talking to, and infl... Read More ...

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Response to Flood Re scheme

18th December 2014|POSTED BY: Admin

Following the Government response to consultation on Flood Re insurance Scheme (Flood Re) published today, the Association of Residential Managing Agents (ARMA) has expressed great disappointment that the regulations continue to exclude flat owners.

Flood Re scheme has been devised by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) and the insurance industry to ensure that those who live in homes at risk of flooding will be protected from high insurance p... Read More ...

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Friday 1 August 2014

ARMA welcomes CMA proposals to improve the leasehold residential market

Today’s proposals by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) to address problems in the workings of the residential leasehold property management market have been broadly welcomed by the industry’s trade body, ARMA.

Ben Jordan, ARMA’s Chairman, said:

“This is a welcome initiative by the CMA that could improve the sit... Read More ...

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Philips v Francis: What Does It Mean?

17th January 2013|POSTED BY: Admin

A recent decision of the High Court has overturned the previously accepted view of how S20 consultation should be carried out by landlords.

At this stage, it is not possible for ARMA to issue definitive guidance about when S20 notices are now required following this decision. But we have set out the potential implications of the case in this special briefing.

About the decision

The case concerns an estate of over 150 holiday chalets let on 999 year leases in Cornwall. In 2... Read More ...

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