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NEWSLETTER


ISSUE No. 82 Autumn 2007


The most important person to help build membership of FPRA


is you!


In the recent members’ survey the answer to the question “How did you first learn about the existence of FPRA?” resulted, in many instances, in comments such as “Recommendation” or “Word of mouth” or “Past director told us” or “RA member told us”.


However, these are all effectively the same thing: a member telling a potential member about the FPRA and when added to together this was the largest single source of new members. So please keep up the good work! Indeed spread the word even wider: make sure all the members of your association know you are members of FPRA and what the benefits are. Shout it loud.


We would like to draw members’ attention to the bar on the homepage, the headings on which take you to other areas of the website


INSIDE THIS ISSUE AGM DATE 2


Chief Executive report


Response to the letter to the PM 3 Membership survey 2007 Dealing with queries Ask the FPRA


4 5 6


– your questions answered New statutory forms


– to accompany service charge and administration charge demands


Legal jottings 9 8 Another important source of new members


is the FPRA website. You can help again by giving a link to it from your own websites which moves us up the Google search engine listing. So if your association has a website then please set up a link to the FPRA site. The more links the greater our visibility.


More information on the survey is inside.


Enclosed with this Newsletter are details of our Annual General Meeting (AGM) which is to be held on Wednesday, September 26, at 6.45pm at the Gulbenkian Room, Park Crescent Conference Centre, International Student House, 229 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 5PN. This is the same location as last year.


Following the AGM we will have a question- and-answer session when FPRA Committee members will respond to queries about any issue of concern to members.


Also enclosed with this Newsletter are our audited Report and Accounts. The Chief executive makes comment on the Accounts in his report on page 2.


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