Case Studies

St James House, London N5

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Leaseholders in a  block of 14 flats wanted to purchase their freehold. The landlord demanded £1.4 Million but we took the matter to Tribunal and managed to win the case and reduce the premium to £100,000 thereby saving the leaseholders approx. £1.3 Million

9A Clapham High Street, London SW4

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A 2 bedroom flat above shops on a busy high st. Landlord wanted £70,000 to extend the lease. We managed to agree a much lower premium of £51,000, thereby saving the leaseholder £19,000

16A East India Dock Rd, London E14

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A 2 bedroom flat in a converted period building. Landlord wanted £228,000. After taking the matter to Tribunal we managed to reduce this to £11,750.

91 Victoria Rd, London NW6

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3 leaseholders in a period conversion wanted to purchase their freehold. The landlord wanted £97,000. We managed to get that reduced to £50,000, thereby saving the leaseholders £47,000.

10-12 Beechwood Gdns, Slough

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The 2 leaseholders wanted to purchase the freehold. The landlord wanted £15,250 but we managed to reduce this to £12,300.

16-22 Cavell Rd, Oxford

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4 leaseholders wanted to purchase their freehold. Landlord wanted £113,000. We managed to reduce this to £70,000, thereby saving the leaseholders £43,000.

75 Bayliss Rd, Slough

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Freehold Purchase of house. Landlord wanted £2,000 we managed to reduce the premium to £50.

Flat 6, 71-75 Worple Rd, Wimbledon

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2 bed flat in a block. Landlord wanted £36,000  to extend the lease but we managed to reduce this to £26,500  

98-100 Beechcroft Ave, Harrow

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2 leaseholders of maisonettes wanted to purchase their freehold. The landlord wanted £45,330 but we managed to reduce this to £22,600.