Running a successful private residents’ association is certainly not without its share of difficulties. While the directors of your association may have knowledge or expertise in certain areas, you will be all too aware that leasehold legislation is a complex area and expert advice and opinion can be costly and hard to come by.
The Federation of Private Residents’ Associations
(FPRA) is a not-for-profit lease advice, support and lobbying organisation for private residential leaseholders, tenants’ and residents’ associations, Residential Management Companies and Flat Management Companies.
We are the national voice of residents’ associations and are frequently consulted by government. Our leasehold advisory services are free to members, who pay an annual subscription fee.
As a member of the FPRA you have unlimited access to expert advice from our friendly, helpful and knowledgeable team of experts. We appreciate that a crisis can come out of nowhere – our broad and extensive expertise ensures that the FPRA is able to respond quickly, to provide unlimited, tailored and impartial advice, whenever you need it. Whatever your issue, we’ll almost always be able to advise the best course of action.
The FPRA publishes a quarterly newsletter which provides expert insight and comment, helping you to stay effortlessly up to date with the latest issues facing leaseholders’, residents’ and tenants’ associations.
You’ll also gain access to a wealth of invaluable advice and information via a dedicated Members’ Area on the website. Comprehensive information and advice is available online day or night, with a library of past newsletters, a questions and answers forum, advice guides and research publications. As a member you receive all of these benefits for an annual fee from just £87.50.
We really hope that you will consider membership of the FPRA. Please call our friendly admin team on 0371 200 3324
. They are available in the morning five days a week and will be happy to discuss your membership in person!
Bob Smytherman, Chairman, FPRA