Ealing Council Leaseholder Association (ECLA) is an independent association run by a committee of volunteer leaseholders that represents, promotes and protects the interests of Ealing leaseholders with their landlord, Ealing Council.
ECLA aims to keep leaseholders informed and involved on matters that affect their tenure, to improve transparency between the council and the leaseholder community.
Further to this ECLA also:
- Acts as a consultative body on issues of borough-wide concern to leaseholders
- Investigates issues when they affect a number of leaseholders
- Provides advice on matters that cannot be dealt with directly by ECLA
- Looks at all aspects of leaseholder services and identifies areas for improvement.
Read our constitution to know more about ECLA and its mission statement.
The ECLA committee meets on the last Wednesday of the month and holds a public forum and annual general meeting (AGM) each year. All leaseholders are welcome and encouraged to attend the forum.
For more information or to discuss a leasehold issue with ECLA email email@example.com.
Service charge reduction update - July 2020
On behalf of leaseholders, the ECLA committee has contacted Ealing Council about the lack of cleaning during the COVID-19 lockdown period.
The council has advised that an adjustment to the service charge will be made to reflect the reduced service. However, the adjustment will be applied to the 2020/2021 final account which will be issued in September 2022. This is both in keeping with legislation and the terms of the lease.
Our annual forum is scheduled to take place in September 2021. Details will be provided closer to the time.
Read our newsletter to find out the lastest information about the ECLA, our work and matters of interest.