TANT AGM Newsletter On May 8th TANT held its 20th anniversary AGM at Broadclyst, Exeter. Firstly, a huge thank you to all those who attended on the day and made it such a lively and informative event.
Thank you to everyone who attended our AGM on May 8th, it was lovely to see you all. Please find the AGM minutes here.
TANT are pleased to inform you that the National Trust has confirmed their support for tenants providing temporary accommodation for refugees escaping the war in Ukraine.
Firstly, TANT would like to wish all their tenant members a very happy New Year! Please share this newsletter with any National Trust tenants that you may know but who aren’t currently on our mailing list.
A lifelong tenant of Lacock, Leo Stevens dedicated his life to the National Trust and its tenants.
Welcome to the inaugural TANT electronic newsletter! We hope you find it helpful and informative and would welcome your feedback. Please let us know about specific topics that you would like us to cover in future editions.
The National Trust have moved all its repairs and maintenance over to a centralised system. They are hoping that this will help the coordination and quality of repairs and maintenance.
Some years back TANT worked with the NT for the introduction of a complaints procedure, but it lacks a final stage of referral to an independent body. This leaves complainants with the feeling that the NT can just assess cases from its own perspective and will find in its own favour.
TANT is concerned that the National Trust appear to be taking increasing numbers of homes and converting them into holiday accommodation.
This letter outlines the recommendations that the Law Commission have now made regarding the consultation that they published last year regarding reforms to the law relating to long leases.