Notice Of Intent to carry out Boiler Refurbishment and Associated Works

Notice Of Intent to carry out Boiler Refurbishment and Associated Works The following letter was sent to the leaseholders of the Curnock Estate. The original document can be found on this link.


Leaseholder Services
Bidborough House
38-50 Bidborough Street
London
WC1H9DB
E-mail: capitalservices@camden.gov.uk
Tel: 02079747100
Fax: 020 7974 3929

Date: Thursday, 1 st November 2012

Property Reference:
Contract Code:
12/209
Enquiries to: Gareth Chew

FIRST CLASS

Goldthorpe Camden Street London NW1

Dear Leaseholder(s)

Unit: Goldthorpe,Camden Street,London,NW1

Notice of Intent to carry out Boiler House Refurbishment and Associated Works work to:

• 1-22 Barnbrough (Cons)
• 1-18 Billingley (Cons)
• 1-9 Conisborough (Cons)
• 1-18 Darfield (Cons)
• 1-34 Goldthorpe (Cons)
• 1-20 Hickleton (Cons)
• 1-10 Marr (Cons)
• 1-66 Mexborough (Cons)
• 1-18 Ravenscar (Cons)
• 1-18 Thurnscoe (Cons)
• 1-32Trimdon (Cons)
• 1-18 Warmsworth (Cons)

You may be aware that the Council is proposing to carry out the above work to the blocks listed. As a leaseholder you are responsible for contributing towards the cost of this work to your block / estate to which end please find enclosed your formal notice for this work – Schedule 3 Notice of Intent. We ask that you take some time to read this letter together with the enclosures as they contain important information for you.

What are the works?

The specified works for your estate/block have been set out with the estimated costs on the attached notice.

A brief summary of the works included in this contract:
• Refurbishment of Boilers
• Refurbishment of Plant Room Equipment
• Refurbishment of Boiler House

Why do I have to contribute towards these works?

Under the terms of your lease you have agreed to pay a contribution towards rechargeable repairs and replacement works that the landlord carries out to your block and estate.

How is my contribution calculated?

Your estimate contribution has been calculated using the rateable value of your property as a percentage of the rateable value of your block and estate. Details of this calculation can be found on the enclosed document titled “Notice of Intent – Leaseholder Summary”.

When will the works start?

The works will not begin before the end of the Schedule 3 consultation period, which is Thursday, 6th December 2012

When will I have to pay for these works?

Camden estimates being in a position to invoice leaseholders for this work once they have commenced and have progressed to a suitable level.

I have enclosed a document called “Paying for Major Works” which outlines the different payment options available to leaseholders. We suggest that you consider the options available to you for your estimated contribution and, if appropriate, begin budgeting for this future expense now.

On receipt of your invoice, if you are unable to make payment in accordance with any of the enclosed options, please contact your Collections Officer.

Should you have any questions regarding this letter and its enclosures please do not hesitate to contact me on 020 7974 7100.

Yours sincerely,

Gareth Chew
Consultation and Final Accounts Officer
capitalservices@camden.gov.uk


Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 Schedule 3 Notice of Intent to Undertake Works under an Existing Long Term Agreement


To: All Leaseholders residing in the blocks known as:

• 1-22 Barnbrough (Cons)
• 1-18 Billingley (Cons)
• 1-9 Conisborough (Cons)
• 1-18 Darfield (Cons)
• 1-34Goldthorpe(Cons)
• 1-20 Hickleton (Cons)
• 1-10 Marr (Cons)
• 1-66 Mexborough (Cons)
• 1-18 Ravenscar (Cons)
• 1-18 Thurnscoe (Cons)
• 1-32Trimdon (Cons)
• 1-18 Warmsworth (Cons)

1. Intention to carry out works:

Please accept this as your formal Schedule 3 Notice of Intent to carry out Boiler House Refurbishment and Associated Works work.

The reasons for the works are that the boilers and plant room equipment in the boiler house have reached the end of their useful life. This is supported by the high levels of breakdowns, extent of repairs and the options Appraisal that was undertaken earlier this year. Last financial year (2011/12), maintenance costs were £43,000 (£150 per dwelling). This figure is expected to rise significantly unless a major refurbishment of the heating scheme is completed.

2. Contractors details

The Council is proposing to let this work to Apollo Property Services Group Ltd as part of our Partnering Agreement. Apollo Property Services Group Ltd has priced this work and the total estimated contract sum is:

£466,447.19

The estimated contribution for your Estate is

£466,447.19

With your Individual estimated contribution being:

£2,014.89

Analysis of Costs

Your personal contribution towards these works is calculated using the rateable value. Details of this calculation can be found on the enclosed document titled “Notice of Intent – Leaseholder Summary” which also contains your estimated contribution.

3. Right to Inspect

You are invited to inspect our full proposals and estimates for this work within the observation period at: 11-17 The Marr, Camden Street, London, NW1 OHE on Wednesday, 21st November 2012 between the hours of 4pm – 7pm.

4. Observations

We invite you to make written observations by sending them to:

Gareth Chew
London Borough of Camden
Leaseholder Services
Bidborough House
38-50 Bidborough Street
London
WC1H9DB
Or email capitalservices@camden.gov.uk quoting 12/209

Observations must be made within the consultation period of 30 days from the date of this notice. I have enclosed an observation form for your convenience. The consultation period will end on Thursday, 6th December 2012 and all observations should be received by this date.

Signed on behalf of Camden as landlord:

Gareth Chew
Consultation and Final Accounts Officer
Leaseholder Services

Thursday, 1st November 2012


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