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Launch of New Versions of LPE1, LPE2 and FME1 forms

The trade and representative bodies representing the legal, surveying, estate agency and property management sectors have today (22 November 2021) launched updated versions of the LPE1 (Leasehold Property Enquiries), LPE2 (Consumer summary) and FME1 (Freehold Management Enquiries) forms.  The forms will “go live” on 11th January 2022.

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ARMA Annual Conference 2021 - Event Review

After a year dominated by a pandemic, ARMA’s 2021 Annual Conference took delegates back to the future of residential property management by refocusing on the key issues set to shape the sector over the coming years. Delivered to delegates as an online webinar across four days, ARMA members and the wider industry came out in full support of the flagship event, with hundreds of delegates logging-in from offices and homes across the country.

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ARMA Energy Now Powering The Same Number of Homes as a City the Size of Newcastle

The ARMA Energy portfolio continues to grow and now powers the same number of homes as a city the size of Newcastle. 

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ARMA Welcomes the Recovery Potential of the ‘Polluter Pays’ Provision as an Amendment to the Building Safety Bill

The team at the PolluterPaysBill is seeking to convince the Government to add the Polluter Pays Redress Scheme into the Building Safety Bill, based on the provisions of the Environment Protection Act 1990 as amended, to establish a statutory framework for the recovery of direct and indirect remediation costs from responsible parties where a building is found not to have been constructed in accordance with building regulations in force at the time of construction.

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New RICS 'Block Management Sector Code' Consultation Launches With Aim of Boosting Professionalism Across the Sector

New rules out for consultation on Wednesday 4th August 2021 are set to build on the best practice seen by regulated managing agents, to further improve professionalism across the sector, rooting out rogue agents, and improving transparency for all parties. 

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