Please ensure that you keep communal areas clear of any items, it can present a number of health, safety and fire hazard and can also effect and invalidate building insurance.
– Accidents such as trips and falls could occur.
– In the event of a fire items left unattended could impede access or may block a fire escape route. Therefore making it more difficult for help to be provided by Fire and Rescue teams.
– If items are found in communal areas they will be removed as part of your lease agreement and our duty as managing agent or the Director’s of the Management Company (if applicable). Written warnings may also be issued regarding the removal of your possessions.
When living in a shared building or complex, it is inevitable that you will experience some level of noise at times. However, there are clauses within all leases around the level of noise that is acceptable.
– Your lease will state that there should be no loud use of appliances such as a television, radio, digital equipment or speakers. This prohibition also extends to loud conversations, singing, musical instruments, mechanical noises or any other sound producing apparatus or form.
– If this guidance is not adhered to then you may be subject to a monetary fine, plus administration charges will be added to the service charge account or if you are a tenant you deposit may not be returned.
Please consider your neighbours and as a courtesy let them know if there will be a high level of noise for a short time period.
Please do not hesitate to contact us on 0208 370 4810 should any problem arise. We endeavour to deal with all queries/issues with a quick response. If your grievance is regarding a fellow neighbour, please be assured that you will remain anonymous.
To ensure refuse does not build up in common areas please consider the following advice:
– Please ensure that no rubbish bags are left outside of your home or on the floor of the bin stores. This can be a health and safety hazard to all residents and may also attract unwanted animals/vermin (such as rats, foxes, maggots and mice).
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