BALHAM PARK FLATS MANAGEMENT LTD

 

  COMPANY NUMBER 01671512 IS A PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY REGISTERED AT 82  BALHAM PARK ROAD, LONDON, SW12 8EA

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The Rectory in 2007

 

 

CONVERTED STABLES - Part of the Lime Park estate that once belonged to the Baron von Roemer, and his son, Charles de Roemer, this nice stable square has been converted to residential accommodation, the subject of a potential dispute under the Party Wall Act 1996, that was revealed in June of 2022, when the owner(s) of this property failed to serve notice as to intended works. Jill Finn is shown as the beneficial owner at the Land Registry. Nigel Flood is thought to have an interest in the property.

 

 

 

 

 

BALHAM PARK FLATS MANAGEMENT LIMITED  -  Company number 01671512 

Registered office address: 82 Balham Park Road, London, SW12 8EA

Company type: Private company limited by guarantee without share capital 
Incorporated on: 13 October 1982
Nature of business (SIC): 98000 - Residents property management


FINN, Jill

Correspondence address: 82 Balham Park Road, London, SW12 8EA 

Role: Active Director 
Date of birth: August 1961 
Appointed on: 1 October 2001 
Nationality: British 
Country of residence: England 
Occupation: Property Manager

 

 

145 RAVENSLEA ROAD BALHAM LIMITED (05101756)

Company status: Active 
Correspondence address: Greenhedges, High Street, Flimwell, East Sussex, TN5 7PA
Role Resigned: Director 
Appointed on: 18 June 2004 
Resigned on: 25 September 2013 
Nationality: British 
Country of residence: England 
Occupation: Property Portfolio Manager 

Role Resigned: Secretary 
Appointed on: 18 June 2004 
Resigned on: 25 September 2013 

It is unclear if the Jill Finn shown at Companies House, is the same person now occupying The Rectory in Lime Park. We await clarification from Ms Finn, in the absence of which, we must assume in the positive. We are more than willing to amend details, as advised.


 

 

 

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LINKS & REFERENCE

 

https://find-and-update.company-information.service.gov.uk/company/01671512/officers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY - Perhaps not the most attractive of buildings, as it has fallen into a state of disrepair. This is mainly because Wealden District Council have done all they can to deny the building a reasonable and beneficial use, to pay for restorations, up to 2022. The Parish Council have been working with the district council on this. That is why the most important historic asset in Herstmonceux does not have an income for maintenance and general repairs. Residents within the park, had been working to purchase the complex at an undervalue. The local authority were helping Peter Townley in this regard, despite institutionalised discrimination being illegal as an agenda, conspiracy, or vendetta.

 

 

 

 

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