Setting up a RTA – 60% representation clarification

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    anpatel3
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    Hi there,

    I am trying to set up an RTA on our estate in Gospel Oak.

    Can someone clarify what the following actually means…

    ‘The association must represent at least 60% of the leasehold properties in the block or area.’

    Do I need 60% of people to sign up to it, or to ensure that 40% do not object to it. Or that the RTA must not purposefully exclude more than 40% of leaseholders?

    Thanks.

    #4326

    It’s 60% of people need to actively sign up, so this will require door knocking etc.

    The Leaseholders’ Forum have produced a guide on how which properties are leasehold on your estate:
    https://www.leaseholdersforum.org.uk/guides/finding-fellow-leaseholders/

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