To begin you will need to know the names and addresses of the other leaseholders in your block to tell them about the Right to Manage process and invite them to participate.
There are several ways find out who your fellow leaseholders are;
Then we recommend you send a letter explaining what RTM is all about and that you would like to help your block claim its Right to Manage. It would be a good idea to set out the reasons why RTM would benefit your block.
You must invite every Leaseholder and the Freeholder to participate in your RTM Claim, unless they are already a member of your Right to Manage company, so you should encourage everybody to respond. If you don't get a response from every Leaseholder and the Freeholder you will need to serve a formal "Participation Notice" and you dont want to go to the expense of forming your RTM Company if there will be insufficient support.(STEP 3) The Participation Notice cannot be served until you have formed the RTM Company (you and 1 other co-operative leaseholder) else what are you asking them to participate in!.
Having achieved enough support to get started (just 2 leaseholders), if your block passes the following 4 tests the next step is to form a Right To Manage company.