If you are new to the world of tenant management and want to find out more then follow links from this page. There is plenty of information, advice and support available whether you are just doing some background research or you are actively interested in setting up a TMO in your neighbourhood or housing stock. In 2012 the Government introduced a new streamlined Right to Manage and the Guidance to go with it was due to be published early in 2013. (See Tenants Guide to the New Right to Manage below.)
Click here to view a basic introduction to what is a TMO. Go>
Click here to go to our Getting Started toolbox with a themed document library. Go>
Click here to find out more about the work and services of the National Federation of TMOs. Go>
Get in touch with residents and staff from operating TMOs. Free study visits and guest speakers. Click here to find out more >
An Online mine of information about TMOs and how to set them up. Click here to find out more >
Government grant may be available to pay for looking at your options and for developing a TMO. Click here to view PDF containing more information >
Find out about how you can access professional advice and training. Use a searchable list of advisors with an online template for sending out a brief to potential advisors. Click here to find out more >
You can now see a 'preview' of the Tenants Guide to the new Right to Manage. Not quite official yet while we await the publication of the government's statutory guidance, but this guide will give you a pretty accurate picture of how the new process will work. Click here to view the Guide >.
Read official Guidance called 'Residents Choice' providing information about the options and opportunities for tenant control and advice about how options can be explored and how to take forward the preferred approach. View PDF>
Read Statutory Guidance called 'Local Choice, Local Control' which sets out some ‘must dos’ for landlords, advisors and tenants groups who are involved in initiatives covered by the new Right to Manage Regulations applying after October 1st 2008. View PDF>
One day training courses and conferences are great opportunities for networking as well as learning.