Anyone wishing to buy or sell a flat in Surbiton Court (Flats 1-69) must liaise with the Association’s Accountants:
2 Castle Business Village
Telephone 020 8892 3100
A Licence to Assign is required before the sale of a flat in Surbiton Court can be completed.
Three references will be required from each prospective purchaser, one of which must be a Bankers’, employers’, solicitors’, or accountants’, confirming the prospective purchasers’ financial status, plus two personal references. Personal references should state the relationship or connection between the referee and the prospective purchaser, as well as attesting to their character and integrity. References must be credible and original, not copied from online templates or similar resources.
Once references have been approved, the Board will instruct its solicitors to draw up the Licence to Assign. Please note that this is not merely a formality but a legal requirement. References should be provided as soon as possible in order not to delay transactions and completion.
If a garage is included in the transaction, a separate Licence to Assign will be required for the garage.
Please Note that a garage in Surbiton Court may only be owned or purchased by someone who owns a flat in Surbiton Court (Flats 1-69).
Effective 01 January 2016, there will be an administration fee payable by sellers for a
standard pack of information (Sellers Pack). The pack will include statutory Accounts, Service Charge
statements, Memorandum & Articles of Association, etc. The fee is currently £150.00 plus VAT. The
fee is not repayable if the sale does not proceed and a separate charge will be made for any
Further details available from the Association’s Accountants at email@example.com .
Prospective purchasers who wish to undertake alterations or renovations to their flats must apply
to the Board for approval before any such work is started. For guidelines and details of how to apply please
refer to Alterations & Renovations to Flats.
Residents should bear in mind that failure to obtain approval before starting any work may result in restorative or remedial work at their own expense, and may also cause delays should they subsequently decide to sell their flat.
Prospective purchasers should consult the Handbook of Rules and Regulations which contains important
information about living in Surbiton Court. Any queries should be directed to
It is essential that the Board has up-to-date contact details for all residents, not only to enable
efficient communication but in case of emergencies. This is especially important for owners of investment
properties, who should additionally provide details of key-holders and/or letting agents.
Please email details to the Company Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This page last updated 24 Feb 2020
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