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COVID-19: Best Practice Guidelines for Property Managers

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

UPDATED - Thursday 24th June 2021 - As restrictions in England and Wales continue to ease our COVID-19 guidance has been updated accordingly. Please click the link below to view our updated advice for those working in the leasehold management industry.

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Four Years on From Grenfell

Four years ago today, the UK experienced the worst residential fire since the Second World War. In the early hours of 14th June 2017, a fire broke out on the fourth floor of the 24-storey Grenfell Tower in North Kensington, London. Over 250 firefighters battled to put out the blaze, but it would eventually claim 72 lives.

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ARMA's Response to the Launch of the Commonhold Council

A Commonhold Council has been established to advise the government on the implementation of a reformed commonhold regime. The Council is formed of an advisory panel of leasehold groups and industry experts who will inform the government on the future of this type of homeownership. Currently, ARMA has not been appointed to serve as one of its members. To view the list of members, click here.

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ARMA Regional Briefings 2021 - Event Review

ARMA’s 2021 Regional Briefings were delivered to delegates as online webinars across three days. The sessions allowed members to tap into key updates from ARMA and the residential leasehold sector, with around 300 members logging-in from offices and homes across the country every day.

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The Cladding Crisis is Far From Over

‘Unprecedented’ seems to have become a Government buzzword in recent months, and for obvious reasons. Government spending to help support those impacted by COVID-19 has eclipsed all other forms of previous state intervention. And the same word was recently used to describe the recently announced additional £3.5 billion for the Building Safety Fund, put forward by the Government to help remediate buildings with unsafe cladding. The figure, which has been added on top of the £1.6 billion already earmarked is significant, but is it enough to end the current building safety crisis?

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