Post Tagged with: "Long Term Agreement"

New Buildings Insurance contract

New Buildings Insurance contract

Additional Information on the new Buildings Insurance contract Qualifying long-term agreement for the provision of leasehold building insurance. Enclosed is the Summary of observations from the 1st Stage Notice of Intention.

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Council does not want to consult leaseholders

Council does not want to consult leaseholders

Camden Council wants to dispense with the requirement to consult leaseholder about a long-term agreement for the supply of electricity to communal areas

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Long Term Agreement for the supply of electricity

Long Term Agreement for the supply of electricity

The Council is planning to enter into what the Act and the Regulations call “qualifying long term agreements” (“QLTAs”). The service to be provided under the agreement is the supply of electricity for the common parts, for example supplying lighting and lifts across Camden’s housing estates within the London Borough of Camden via Non Half Hourly Meters.

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Long Term Agreement for Grounds

Long Term Agreement for Grounds

This notice is given pursuant to the Notice of Intention, issued on 18th December 2015 to enter into a long-term agreement for the provision of services relating to grounds maintenance and tree works contracts. We have now prepared the proposal in respect of the services to be provided under the agreement based on the tender received.

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Proposal for Long Term Agreement for Trees

Proposal for Long Term Agreement for Trees

London Borough of Camden (‘the Council’) proposes to enter into a long term agreement regarding management of all Council owned trees, including those on estates, including maintenance, inspection, planting, the removal of dead dying and unsuitable trees and tree services to communal gardens.

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