This draft guidance note addresses the issues of managing mixed use buildings and estates, i.e. those with a mix of commercial and residential units; most specifically, long leasehold residential flats. It is applicable to properties in England and Wales and has been based around previous RICS papers Managing mixed use developments (2009) and Apportionment of service charges in mixed use developments (2009), with a significant expansion of content on what was covered in these information papers.
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|Name||RICS draft guidance note - Managing mixed-use developments|
|Description||RICS invites comment on a new draft guidance note - Managing mixed-use developments|
|Dates||From 20 Jan 2012 at 14:00 to 20 Feb 2012 at 23:59.|