Welcome to the latest LVT news update from Camden Leaseholders’ Forum
Camden Council have now released the LVT directions. These are the formal outline for how the LVT case will be handled and includes the timeframe that will be involved.
- Camden Council’s LVT FAQs (last updated 2nd May 2013)
- Camden Council’s explanatory letter (30th April 2013)
- LVT Directions (24th April 2013)
- Amended Statement of Case (17th April 2013)
On an environmental point, I would add that if you are interested in receiving documents that Camden Council will release as part of this process, you may wish to email Camden Council (email@example.com) and say something along the lines of:
“Dear Leaseholder Services,
As stated in your letter of 30th April, I do wish to receive further documents and am now advising you, by email, to confirm this. Should you wish to send me these documents electronically rather than by post (as and when they become available) please email them to me at EMAIL ADDRESS instead.
I note that emailing me documents will save Camden Council (and potentially leaseholders) time and money, in comparison to printing out the documents and posting them to me.
Yours sincerely, NAME, ADDRESS.”
The Leaseholders’ Forum will be seeking the names of those that wish to be represented by us, but at a later stage. If you wish to be informed when we are ready to take names, please ensure that you are signed up to our mailing list (in particular, tick the “LVT” box).
That’s it for now!
on behalf of Camden Leaseholders’ Forum
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The Leaseholders’ Forum is a volunteer group representing all the leaseholders in Camden Council properties and freeholders paying service charges to Camden Council. We scrutinise Camden Council proposals, examine working practices and lobby on behalf of leaseholders to Camden Council. We regard ourselves as an “honest friend” of Camden Council and aim to achieve better outcomes for all.