Watch out for Wayleaves

13th Jan 2023 | Property Updates

TMCP are receiving an increased number of requests from service providers that wish to install pipe, cable, or communication apparatus under, over or on the Church’s land.  Although this is often presented as a simple arrangement requiring a signature by the landowner, permission for such apparatus usually constitutes what is known as a “wayleave agreement”.

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We have recently been informed that due to servers being relocated from Methodist Church House in London, that the Methodist Online Suite and other Connexional databases at Methodist Church House will be unvailable on Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th December 2022

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TMCP - New Telephone System

21st Oct 2022 | News and Events

We are pleased to advise that TMCP have now implemented a new telephone system which will enhance the way Managing Trustees and their professional advisers can contact our team.

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TMCP Year-End Statements

9th Sep 2022 | Money Updates

TMCP plans, in line with previous years, to make annual statements available to you as soon as we have received all the necessary information from external sources.

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It’s Contentious! – New Litigation Page

5th Sep 2022 | Technical Updates

While Managing Trustees try to fulfil their roles as prudent charity trustees harmoniously, sometimes matters become contentious. As Managing Trustees, you may find yourselves with little option but to issue a claim against somebody to protect the best interests of the charity

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TMCP Notification August 2022

26th Aug 2022 | News and Events

As many Managing Trustees may already be aware, the Legal Team at TMCP are again experiencing a large upturn in correspondence and workflow. This is as a result of the ‘perfect storm’ of the already high volume of sales following the post lockdown review of property with the annual peak in Manse sales and purchases in readiness for the start of the new Connexional Year.

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The government website confirms that during 2019/20, fire and rescue services attended nearly 30,000 dwelling fires in England and sadly there were nearly 200 fire-related fatalities. Around 20 people die from accidental carbon monoxide poisoning every year (excluding those relating to accidental exposure to smoke, fire and flames.

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