2. Selling, Sub-letting, building alterations

Du Cane Court
    Your lease requires that written permission must be obtained from the freeholder (via their agent) Allsop Residential Investment Management in a number of situations. These include:
    a) When the lessee has a purchaser for their flat
    b) When the lessee intends to carry out alterations within a flat
    c) When the lessee wishes to sub-let their flat.
    d) Window replacement installation.
    In all cases correspondence should be directed to the Estate Office who will then advise on the procedure to be followed.

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1. Whom to contact

    If you are experiencing any problem concerning the building or have any general queries please contact Estate Office staff Telephone (020) 8675 8894 or fax (020) 8772 9143. The Estate Office is open Monday to Friday, outside of office hours or if the office is closed reception desk staff can be contacted on (020) 8673 8592. The reception desk is manned 24hrs a day.

The team responsible for daily management matters are based at the Estate Office within the main reception are listed below:
Mr Adrian Bunney MIRPM Assoc RICS – Block Services Controller
[email protected]
Miss Tippi Bamra – Property Manager
[email protected]
Mr Colin Brooks – Estate Manager
[email protected]

We aim to deal with any problem and/or query immediately it arises by contacting the resident by telephone, visit or letter to advice on the necessary action being taken.

b) Head Office:
Princes House
53-54 Queens Road,
East Sussex
Telephone: 0300 303 1526

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Du Cane Court Residents Guide

Du Cane Court

Guidelines to flat owners

This booklet has been produced in consultation with the Residents Association and the Freeholders, Dorrington Belgravia Limited. It is intended to offer assistance and guidance on a number of areas likely to concern residents at Du Cane Court. The aim is to ensure that the building is run in the most efficient manner for the safety and collective benefit of everyone.

Du Cane Court Guide for owners and tenants October 2015

1. Whom to contact
2. Selling, Sub-letting, building alterations
3. Accounting procedures & service charge
4. Key permission slips/External keys
5. Repairs to flats and alteration works
6. Building insurance
7. Nuisance and noise
8. Carpeting and wooden floors
9. Animals
10. Window dressing and laundry
11. Chute rooms/refuse collection/recycling
12. Security
13. Skips
14. Parking & Bicycle storage
15. TV Aerials & Sattelite dishes
16. In case of fire!
17. Lifts
18. Service lift
19. Boilers
20. Pest control
21. Gardens
22. Contractor guidelines
23. Plumbing liabilities
24. Insurance and liabilities
25. Freeholder policy on rent collection
26. In-house plumber
27. Du Cane Court Floor Plan
28. Additional information (council tax, water rates, electricity supply, etc)
29. Water hygiene