How to save the whole property valuation process?

In another area of Lambeth, the association is working with residents of the St Martin’s Estate community following the stock transfer to Presentation HA and two other RSLs in October 1999.  Following consultation with tenants in a year long programme, the association has continued to manage a number of community development projects with residents on the estate. Activities have included a skills audit to inform the development of local employment and training schemes, and a youth sexual health and awareness project to improve access to local services.


 It is very easy to save the full property valuation process in the right direction and because of that the whole process works as the right one to make it successful.  Presentation HA is also the preferred partner for a transfer on the Havelock Estate in Southall, Ealing, with a proposed seven-year programme for the improvement of 800 homes including new-build and refurbishment. Consultation with Havelock residents, representing a high BME population, is well underway, and the public ballot will take place in July 2002.

CHTF adviser Solma Ahmed is working with Presentation in progressing the transfer by advising and supporting so that tenants are able to understand the process of the transfer and what it means for them. The Housing Transfer Guidance 2002 supports the transfer of stock to BME housing associations, who have a crucial role in delivering the stock transfer programme. Maintaining a diverse and vibrant BME housing sector is an important government policy objective and the Task Force is keen to promote the involvement of BME RSLs in the process.

The one who always does the full process is the one who tackle the whole process in brief manner to make the process and its steps in the effective ways. The best process conduction is carried by the expert Melbourne Property Valuers for facing the reliable and easy steps in doing the valuation of house in proper ways. CHTF will be working closely with Presentation HA to produce good practice information for others in the sector. Some councils in the first round of arms length management made particular efforts to actively engage the black and minority ethnic communities in the development of their arms length management proposals.