WELCOME TO THE BRIGHTON & HOVE ESTATE AGENTS ASSOCIATION

est. 1886

The BHEAA operates on two levels. Firstly to maintain and improve the already high standards of the profession with regular seminars and training events.

Secondly we support local charities raising thousands of pounds every year.

WELCOME TO THE BRIGHTON & HOVE ESTATE AGENTS ASSOCIATION

est. 1886

The BHEAA operates on two levels. Firstly to maintain and improve the already high standards of the profession with regular seminars and training events.

Secondly we support local charities raising thousands of pounds every year.

LATEST NEWS

You can read all the latest from BHEAA – including information on our regular events and our charity work – on our Facebook page.

LATEST

You can read all the latest from BHEAA – including information on our regular events and our charity work – on our Facebook page.

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CHANGES TO NOTICE PERIODS FROM 1st OCTOBER!!!

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The UK Government has confirmed to Propertymark that notice periods will return to pre-COVID lengths in England from 1 October 2021.

Following the pandemic and the introducing of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the UK Government increased all notices to six months for most grounds (including Section 21 notices), with exemptions for certain serious cases.

Since 1 June 2021 until 30 September 2021 notice periods must be at least four months in most circumstances apart from exemptions for the most serious cases. Notice periods for cases where there are less than four months of unpaid rent, reduced to two months’ notice from 1 August.

From 1 October 2021, notice periods will return to their pre-COVID lengths.

Moving forward, the UK Government intend to retain the power to implement any similar measures again in the future should the public health situation worsen. To this end, legislation has been tabled that retains the ability for the UK Government to reapply longer notice periods until 25 March 2022 as a backstop.

Additionally, the UK Government will update the landlord, tenant and local authority renting guidance and court guidance ahead of 1 October 2021 to reflect that notice periods will be reverting to their pre-COVID lengths.

They will also update the prescribed forms to reflect the return to pre-COVID lengths.

For more information visit https://www.propertymark.co.uk
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CHANGES TO NOTICE PERIODS FROM 1st OCTOBER!!!
 
See the latest from ARLA Propertymark Propertymark
   
The UK Government has confirmed to Propertymark that notice periods will return to pre-COVID lengths in England from 1 October 2021. 

Following the pandemic and the introducing of the Coronavirus Act 2020, the UK Government increased all notices to six months for most grounds (including Section 21 notices), with exemptions for certain serious cases.
 
Since 1 June 2021 until 30 September 2021 notice periods must be at least four months in most circumstances apart from exemptions for the most serious cases. Notice periods for cases where there are less than four months of unpaid rent, reduced to two months’ notice from 1 August.

From 1 October 2021, notice periods will return to their pre-COVID lengths.

Moving forward, the UK Government intend to retain the power to implement any similar measures again in the future should the public health situation worsen. To this end, legislation has been tabled that retains the ability for the UK Government to reapply longer notice periods until 25 March 2022 as a backstop.

Additionally, the UK Government will update the landlord, tenant and local authority renting guidance and court guidance ahead of 1 October 2021 to reflect that notice periods will be reverting to their pre-COVID lengths. 

They will also update the prescribed forms to reflect the return to pre-COVID lengths. 

For more information visit https://www.propertymark.co.uk
Book your team now! Were really pleased to announce the annual BHEAA Presidents Cup Golf Day, taking place on Thursday 14th October. This year the cup will be played in memory of our dear friend and colleague Toby Carrington, raising funds for his chosen charity Cardiff and Vale Health Charity. See below how to book your team 😊 see you there!
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OUR CHARITY WORK

In recent years we have supported charities such as The Chestnut Tree, MIND Sussex, Clock Tower Sanctuary, Equal Footings, Teenage Cancer Trust, Rockinghorse, and many others.

We do this by organising events such as our Annual Dinner at The Grand Hotel Brighton, Pub Quizzes, The Presidents Cup Golf Day and various other events.

OUR CHARITY WORK

In recent years we have supported charities such as The Chestnut Tree, MIND Sussex, Clock Tower Sanctuary, Equal Footings, Teenage Cancer Trust and many others.

We do this by organising events such as our Annual Dinner at The Grand Hotel Brighton, Pub Quizzes, The Presidents Cup Golf Day and various other events.

COUNCIL MEMBERS

Our membership is made up of local property professionals who each pay a small annual membership fee.

As the BHEAA is totally non-profit and looked after by a council of volunteers the majority of the membership fees go directly to the Presidents Chosen Charity which changes every year.

If you would like to know more about the BHEAA or any of our regular events you can contact one of our council members using the information below…

COUNCIL MEMBERS

Our membership is made up of local property professionals who each pay a small annual membership fee.

As the BHEAA is totally non-profit and looked after by a council of volunteers the majority of the membership fees go directly to the Presidents Chosen Charity which changes every year.

If you would like to know more about the BHEAA or any of our regular events you can contact one of our council members using the information below…

David Thorne

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Maria Vrahnaki

Vice President & Treasurer
Mishon Mackay
mvrahnaki@mishonmackay.com
01273 606076

Harry Mishon

Secretary
Mishon Welton
harry@mishonwelton.com
01273 778877

David Beaken

President 2020
Oakley Property
david@oakleyproperty.com
01273 487444

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Andrew Hovey

President 2019
Oakley Property
andrew@oakleyproperty.com
01273 688881

Tina Wenham

President 2018
Sussex Property Partnership
tina@spp.agency
01273 600160

Charles Watts

Council Member
HW Estates
cwatts@hwestateagents.co.uk
01273 359000

Ed Foster

Council Member
Foster & Co.
ed@fosterandcoestateagents.co.uk
01273 830919

Richard Payne

Council Member
Clive Emson
richard.payne@cliveemson.co.uk
01273 504232

Jay Melton-Ball

Council Member
Mishon Mackay
jmb@mishonmackay.com
01273 606076

Get In Touch

If you’d like to know more about the BHEAA, are interested in becoming a member, would like to know information about any of our regular events, or would like to contact the President you can do so using the contact form below.

Get In Touch

If you’d like to know more about the BHEAA, are interested in becoming a member, would like to know information about any of our regular events, or would like to contact the President you can do so using the contact form below.