We have supplied you with a Letter of Comfort that you can present to banks and lenders. This should give reassurances regarding the remediation works and confirm you have no responsibility for costs. We understand that in some instances the banks require more than this. If you need assistance now, please reach out and advise what your lenders have requested, and we can help on a one-to-one basis to unlock these transactions. This offer is regardless of who you bank with.
Please see below the dates we plan to issue the EWS1 certificates for each block.
||Date EWS1 will be issued||Revised EWS1 issue date|
|Block C, Amber Court||January 2024||February 2024|
|Block D, Ruby Court||March 2024||April 2024|
|Block E, Opal Court||May 2024||No Change|
|Block F, Sapphire court||December 2023||May 2024|
|Block G, Sapphire court||December 2023||May 2024|
Please see the link here for more details on the general EWS1 process, EWS1 process explained.
Additionally, we can further support leaseholders by providing a Landlord Deed of Certificate, which will go hand-in-hand with the Letter of Comfort. The certificate is designed to assure residents of the protections in place for remediation costs, confirming that all leases are protected from recharging over relevant items.
To request this, you should follow the instructions on the government’s dedicated webpage. Download and complete the Leaseholder Deed of Certificate and then send the completed form to your property management officer. For more information, you can check out the government’s FAQs.
Last Updated: 04/09/2023 12:34