1. Do it yourself
Option 1 is to do it yourself. This would entail filling out all the paperwork, setting up the company, issuing the notice on the Freeholder, and dealing with any responses, objections or counter notices (that are sent back from the Freeholders Solicitor once you have served your notice) yourself.
Keep in mind, the RTM was designed to be accessible, and so the paperwork needed for an application is relatively straightforward (and available here). Setting up a company is also easy, and ltd companies can be bought ‘off the shelf’. If you live in a small property, if there are no complicating factors or grey areas (like these), or particularly – if the Freeholder is happy with your application and you don’t think they will contest it, this could be a good option for you.