For those leaseholders bearing the costs of upcoming window renewals, you might want to have a very careful eye on the costs. Check out the letter received today by one Ibsley Gardens leaseholder whom had window renewal completed a little while back (October 2014).
So, if you are a leaseholder of one of the following properties, you might to start having a conversation with one of your Councillors.
- Crondall House 1-48 Cons
- Chilcombe House 1-48 Cons
- Farnborough House 1-48 Cons
- Kimpton House 1-48 Cons
- Somborne House 1-48 Cons
- Rushmere House 1-48 Cons
- Allenford House 1-44 Cons
- Penwood House 1-44 Cons
- Bramley House 1-44 Cons
- Swaythling House 1-44 Cons
- Shalden House 1-44 Cons
- Tatchbury House 1-44 Cons
- Warnford House 1-44 Cons
Related articles of interest (to read them, click on the underlined sentences below)
- Is your block one of the ones having the ‘Window renewal external & communal decoration’ major works?
- Major works contracts
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