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COVID-19: Best Practice Guidelines for Property Managers

ARMA publishes COVID-19: Isolation, Prevention & Communication Guidelines

With daily updates and restrictions from Government, it is proving a never-ending task to keep on top of events as they unfold. ARMA has produced and published some best practice guidelines to help plug some of the gaps in current guidance, and to everyone in the industry.  The guidlines will be updated as often as we can, so please refer your staff to this page regularly. 

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Industry calls for Government action on cladding

Following new evidence that the scale of the cladding crisis may affect up to half a million people, cladding campaigners, residents, property managers and the UK’s largest freeholders have formed an unprecedented coalition to request a multibillion-pound fund to remediate unsafe buildings. 

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ARMA ACE AWARDS 2020 - BIGGER AND EVEN BETTER THAN BEFORE

ARMA has today (10th February 2020) launched the fourth annual ARMA ACE Awards - WITH FOUR NEW CATEGORIES.

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ARMA ANNOUNCES NEW INSURANCE PARTNERSHIP WITH INSURETY

ARMA has announced a new insurance partnership with Insurety Limited, effective from 8th January 2020. Through this exciting partnership, Insurety is offering a unique range of insurance products specially designed for ARMA Members.

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ARMA response to cladding confusion for leaseholders

In December 2018, the Government issued Advice Note 14 (AN14) for anyone responsible for, or advising on, the fire safety of external wall cladding systems on residential buildings over 18m in height that do not incorporate Aluminium Composite Material (ACM), such as that found in Grenfell.  The emphasis was on combustible systems such as wood and High-Pressure Laminate (HPL) installations.  Although only an Advice Note this document is causing issues in the sale and re-mortgage of leasehold flats in affected buildings as some valuers are returning a £0 value on flats, thereby holding up sales.

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