This guide looks at the schedules of the modular management agreement for tenant management organizations, approved by the Secretary of State in December 2013. Schedules are to be agreed between the local housing authority and the tenant management agency and must comply with the legal guidelines given by the Secretary of State under Rule 18 of the Housing Code (right to administration) 2012. Here you will find copies of government publications, regulations and various guides that will help you understand and manage the process. Essential resources are what we consider to be key documents. Below are some useful documents and publications. Click, view and/or simply download the information you need. Instructions on the schedules of the modular management agreement for tenant management organizations. This pamphlet is published by the National Federation of Reputation Management Organizations (NFTMO). The brochure shows you what tenant management organizations are and how they work. There is information on the right to manage Proces that explains how tenant groups might be able to access specialized grants and advice.
This guide discusses the modular management agreement for tenant management organizations, approved by the Secretary of State in December 2013. Modular Management Agreement for TMOs (2005) is the legal contract by which the local authority delegates administrative responsibility to TMO. The agreement is part of a pick and mix format that allows groups to choose the functions and levels of responsibility that match their wishes. NOTE – A new version of the Modular Agreement was published in December 2013 for use by groups that triggered the right to management using the 2012 TMR regulations. Schedules are to be agreed between the local housing authority and the tenant management body and must comply with Guideline 18 of the Right to Manage Act (England) Regulations 2012. This publication also contains non-legal guidelines. The purpose of the non-legal guidelines is simply to assist tenant management boards and organizations in developing schedules according to their respective agreements, in accordance with legal guidelines, and should not be considered binding. An example of a tripartite agreement that defines a communication framework between a developing TMO, its senior advisor and the Council.
This guide is provided by the Secretary of State in accordance with Regulation 18 of Regulation 18 of the European Parliament and the Council (Right to Manage) (England) Regulations 2012, which provides that anyone who performs duties under these regulations acts in accordance with the guidelines provided by the Secretary of State. It defines how management and maintenance allowances are calculated for tenant management organizations exercising the right to administration. The ”User Guide” guide to the common evaluation model, which sets out the necessary competency standards before a group of tenants can conduct a full consultation between tenants on a management proposal through a TMO. This is a common evaluation model, as it is a tool used by independent certified assessors, but can also be used by tenant groups and consultants to assess the level of competency and training needs themselves.