Electrician Wanted

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becs.3
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Electrician Wanted

Postby becs.3 » Thu Aug 29, 2019 9:44 pm

We are the owners of a leasehold property in Wandsworth. Today they have notified us of their intention to carry out works within the communal space. Having obtained a quote they have proposed a cost for this and as I’m sure you’d imagine... a pretty steep one!! We have a month to nominate a contractor and obtain a counter estimate. There are a few requirements they need to meet but nothing out of the ordinary if used to dealing with Companies or Local Authorities. Would be grateful if anyone knows a contractor willing to quote (have a full description of proposed works) but happy to arrange a ‘site visit’.
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kellyelectrics
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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby kellyelectrics » Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:47 am

Happy to quote for you, we do a lot of installation work for freeholders upgrading systems to meet LA requirements in the local area.

Drop me an email or send the spec over to me and I can take a look.

Kelly Vincent
Kelly Electrics, Female Electricians Ltd.

Mobile: 07515 145 608 | Email: kellyelectrics@live.co.uk

www.female-electrician-london.co.uk

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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby GracieC » Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:20 am

What sort of work is required? Is it something to do with Health & Safety requirements? Lighting & fire alarms?

Whenever I see leasehold my antennae pick up - are you aware of the drive to regulate managing agents and their extortionate bills? They are a law unto themselves, charging too much for "managing" as well as %s on bills and insurance costs.

Two groups and a number of MPs are supporting us for change - also to make lease extensions and freehold purchases easier and cheaper.

https://www.leaseholdknowledge.com/
https://nationalleaseholdcampaign.org


Keep an eye on the action and add your say to any consultations that you see. Brexit aside, it's a hot topic and things are going to change - but we have to add our input to ensure that the change is enough.
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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby Glynn » Mon Sep 02, 2019 12:17 pm

Recommend Steve Bishop - https://www.swbishop.co.uk - of Mallinson Road - not only a brilliant electrician but a marvelous individual!!!

Good Luck

Glynn Alwyn-Jones 
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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby samhart » Thu Sep 05, 2019 2:33 am

kellyelectrics wrote:
Mon Sep 02, 2019 8:47 am
 
Thanks for those recommendations.
 
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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby SuzyHarris88 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:41 pm

Hi There, I have used Response EPR for many years for several properties that I have owned. There are a Nationwide firm, fully qualified and efficient competitively priced.
I fully recommend their services.
Tel. 0845 500 84 86

Suzy - Nightingale Lane
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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby SuzyHarris88 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:43 pm

Hi There, I have used Response EPR for many years for several properties that I have owned. There are a Nationwide firm, fully qualified and efficient competitively priced.
I fully recommend their services.
Tel. 0845 500 84 86

Suzy - Nightingale Lane
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becs.3
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Re: Electrician Wanted

Postby becs.3 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:21 pm

Thanks all.
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