Leonardo de Cristofano

Registered with Property118.com
Friday 6th October 2017

Trading Status
Joint

Insures properties through a broker recommended by Property118
No


Latest Comments

Total Number of Property118 Comments: 4

Leonardo de Cristofano

10:53 AM, 14th September 2020
About a month ago

Electric safety certificate/CCU/fuse board

A very recent EICR check on the plastic CCU's in our properties came back as a C3 item. If the plastic is cover is melting away you've got a far bigger problem! The coding works like this according the .gov site.

Code 1 (C1): Danger present. Risk of injury. The electrical inspector may make any C1 hazards safe before leaving the property.

Code 2 (C2): Potentially dangerous.
Further Investigation (FI): Further investigation required without delay.

Code 3 (C3): Improvement recommended. Further remedial work is not required for the report to be deemed satisfactory.... Read More

Leonardo de Cristofano

9:55 AM, 25th July 2020
About 3 months ago

Electrical Safety Certificate Costs?

Reply to the comment left by Dipak Shah at 22/07/2020 - 14:21
Try PAT Central Ltd for EICR etc. Have used them before and their reasonable and reliable .... Read More

Leonardo de Cristofano

13:34 PM, 26th March 2020
About 7 months ago

Newly released for 6A confirming 3 months notice

Reply to the comment left by Ian Narbeth at 26/03/2020 - 11:27
Many thanks Ian! I actualy recently changed the tenants from a rolling contract back to a 1 yr contract with a break clause which was 2 months notice notice after 4 months . and I guess that is just moved to 3 mths with the amendment to the Housing Act.... Read More

Leonardo de Cristofano

9:32 AM, 26th March 2020
About 7 months ago

Newly released for 6A confirming 3 months notice

Thanks for the comment above Rb Crawford. I assumed that it applied to all tenancies. My tenants are on AST's. Also silly question . but does this notice just appply to the landlord giving 3 mths notice to the Tenant or also vice versa where the tenant has to give 3 months notice if they wish to leave and effectively have to pay at least 3 months rent until they can leave? Otherwise it feels its weighted in the Tenants favour?... Read More