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    Carry on with section 20 consultation if works are less than £250 per flat?

    The work we are planning was originally going to cost more than £250 per flat however several quotes have come back for less by a considerate amount.
    I can now send the statement of estimates but do I need to wait for the 30 days for observations or can I start the work straight away?

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    Its better to get comments from the leaseholders, in case majority are out of work due to corona virus and want to reduce the service charge for this year.

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