This is the website for TANT, formerly the National Trust Tenants Association.
Please browse this site; you will find much information that should help you and encourage you either as a Tenant-Custodian and prospective Tenant-Custodian of the National Trust.
Contact us if you wish to join the association.
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Meeting with Chair of National Trust on 21st October 2015
Members of the Committee will be meeting the Chair of the National Trust on the 21/10/2015. We would like to take questions from tenants to him so please send them to email@example.com. This would also give us an idea of your concerns etc
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR LONG LEASEHOLDERS
If you have a lease that is for more than 20 years ,usually 49 years with a possible 50 year extension, it is important that you look carefully at the lease as there may be onerous rent reviews after 25/49/ 75 years.
The Ground Rent could rise to a substantial figure. You may not have been advised of this when you purchased your lease.
There may be remedies for you and please contact us if you require some guidance.
IF YOU HAVE AN OUT OF HOURS EMERGENCY - FOR EXAMPLE HEATING BREAKDOWN, ROOF DAMAGE OR PROBLEMS THAT NEEDS AN IMMEDIATE SOLUTION (Not a downed TV arial)
THEN PLEASE FOLLOW THESE 3 STEPS:-
1. RING THE NUMBERS AT THE BACK OF YOUR TENANTS HANDBOOK, IF YOU HAVE ANY OR THE HANDBOOK.
2. IN LINE WITH THE HOUSING POLICY RING A LOCAL TRADES PERSON TO GET THE JOB DONE AND RECHARGE THIS TO THE NATIONAL TRUST.
3. IF ALL ELSE FAILS PLEASE RING TANT'S HELPLINE 0845 463 3563 ANYTIME ANY DAY AND WE WILL TRY AND ASSIST.
Check out our the latest newsletter, and read an extract of an email from Shelter following an enquiry about rent increases
Help Line number for tenant-custodians: 0845 463 3563