June 19, 2019

A commission fit for a Kingsborough … Peverel’s way with insurance

In leasehold blocks, it is the landlord’s responsibility – and perk – to arrange the building’s insurance, though  as with everything else, it is the residents who pay. Where Peverel is the management company, it has until very recently used its sister company Kingsborough – which was also also part of the Tchenguiz Family Trust […]

‘Sub-letting fees aren’t fair, and I’m not paying’

A fanfare of trumpets for Joanna Worth, 49, who is making a stand against exit fees. Joanna is defying Peverel, which is demanding one per cent of the capital value of her flat in Beckenham, Kent, because she has sub-let it out to a pensioner. So far she has received three communications from Peverel, including […]

Chelsea Bridge Wharf wins first round of RTM struggle

Unhappiness at Chelsea Bridge Wharf For anyone thinking about buying Peverel – and the administrators are now in serious talks with a buyer – it looks like yet another flagship Thames-side development is about to slip out of its clutches. Chelsea Bridge Wharf, beside the old Battersea Power Station site, is in the process of […]

Peverel: how to sell up and avoid the fees

Are you in a retirement property, and in a position of trying to break free fron Peverel?  Maybe you’ve decided to move.  Or maybe bereavement has forced a sale. Here are a few pointers to guide you on your way, which have been collated from actual experiences. However, if any of you have anything to […]

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