Tribunal sprinkler update (10 May 2019)

Background

The below is an email was received from the First Tier Property Tribunal (FTPT) with regards to water sprinklers.

Email

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From: Tancred, Stuart <Stuart.Tancred@justice.gov.uk>

Sent: Friday, May 10, 2019, 2:02:08 PM GMT+1

Subject: 100 High Rise Blocks within Wandsworth, LON/00BJ/LSC/2018/0286

Dear leaseholders,

Please see below the latest notice from the Tribunal in respect of the above case:

The Tribunal issued a Decision and Further Directions on 21 March 2019 that stayed the main case until 26 September 2019. However, the Tribunal has received a number of applications for the case to be struck out and in particular an application from HPLP, representing a number of leaseholders. The stay will continue until 26 September 2019. However, it is envisaged that the applications for a strike-out will be considered in late November or early December 2019. It is envisaged that the hearing of these applications will take one day. However the Tribunal would like to allocate two days to the matter to prevent any application being part heard and to allow the Tribunal time to make its determination. 

Therefore, by 31 May 2019 the Applicant, HPLP and anyone interested in these applications should notify the Tribunal of any dates to avoid in November and December 2019. The Tribunal asks that by the same date, Wandsworth also provide the Tribunal with any availability dates of the Civic Suite at The Town Hall in Wandsworth for a period of two days during that period.

In respect of the application from HPLP, Wandsworth should make any initial response to the Tribunal, HPLP and copied onto the website by 31 May 2019. The Tribunal will issue Directions for the consideration of the strike out applications in September 2019.

Regards

Stuart Tancred

Case Officer

First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) | HMCTS | 10 Alfred Place | London | WC1E 7LR

Tel: 020 7446 7727

Web: http://www.gov.uk/hmcts

For information on how HMCTS uses personal data about you please see: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-courts-and-tribunals-service/about/personal-information-charter

Excerpt from the Tribunal’s guidance

Use of emails

                    The following rules are designed to minimise the impact that emails can have on the efficient running of the tribunal office. If you wish to use emails please:

  • Prepare a letter to the tribunal in Word format and attach it to the email (maximum of 5 pages – longer documents should be send by post);
  • As case officers are sometimes absent, always send or copy the email to the generic office address: rplondon@hmcts.gsi.gov.uk,
  • Always copy any email to the other parties, either by email or by post, and confirm in your email/ letter that you have done this;
  • Always quote the reference number or case officer’s name in the email;
  • Email chains, email ‘conversations’ about the case and bundles attached to emails will not be accepted

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