Yearly archives: 2012


Saint Clements feedback meeting

Background Last year, the Mayor of London decided to establish London’s first ever Community Land Trust (CLT) on the St Clement’s Hospital site. Appointed developers, Galliford Try Linden, and their architects, John Thompson & Partners (JTP), have worked closely with East London CLT and the local community to co-create a […]


2011 – 2012 Leaseholders final service charges

Many thanks to EEHLFA for this article If you have any queries regarding your service charges and would like assistance please contact EEHLFA (EastEndHomes Leaseholders and Freeholders’ Association). The 2011 / 2012 final demand has a slightly different layout to last year, and we think makes some of the individual […]


Leaseholders – estate improvements – what to pay?

With a number of estate improvements/regeneration (and some might say over-development) going on we have been asked by some leaseholders if they have to pay towards estate improvements. The answer is it depends on what your lease says. Does your lease say you need to pay towards improvements? Generally their are two […]


Barclays Bank of shame now fixes Eric Street garden 3

It seems like only yesterday that disgraced Barclays Bank bosses chief executive Bob Diamond and chairman Marcus Agius resigned in the wake of the Libor price fixing scandal. Barclays was fined £290m back in June after some of its derivatives traders were found to have attempted to rig this key […]


Fifth residents’ newsletter – Beatrice Tate

From Victor Soulié (Site manager) This is our fifth residents’ newsletter which will give you an update on the Beatrice Tate School project. Structural works are progressing well and are planned to be complete for the New Year. The facade finishes such as the windows, render and brickworks have commenced […]


Service charge demands for 2011/2012 have started to arrive

Final service charge demands for 2011/2012 have started to arrived from EastendHomes.  EEHLFA is reviewing some of these and putting comments on the EEHLFA website. Here are a few comments – more to be posted later Comment One – Administration Charge and Housing Management Charge One of the differences you […]