ARMA (the Association of Residential Managing Agents), a long established leading trade association for residential managing agents in England and Wales, has launched a new membership category, with the aim of raising standards across a wider section of the industry.
In its commitment to promote and maintain high standards of block management and in order to extend its influence and expertise within the property management sector, ARMA has designed ARMA Network as a new opportunity for freeholders, developers, corporate landlords and registered providers, such as housing associations and local authorities, to access professional advice and technical expertise, helping them to further improve and maintain standards to their leasehold clients.
Dr Nigel Glen, ARMA CEO (left), said, “We have reached a pivotal point within the property management sector, where reform, building safety improvements and industry regulation are poised to transform the industry over the next few years, for developers, landlords, residents, property managers, and the supply chain.
“Our aim is to raise the standards of leasehold management for the benefit of residents and all those working in or closely with the block management industry. This new membership category will appeal to a wider cross section of the professional property and leasehold sectors and enable them to gain deeper knowledge on leasehold matters, engage with specialist suppliers, and stay up-to-date on legislative reform, regulation, and technical changes.”
If you are interested in joining click here: https://arma.org.uk/join-arma/how-to-join-arma for more information, or visit our website to enquire about membership: https://arma.org.uk/downloader/tzr/ARMA_Network_Membership_2020.pdf