We manage various leasehold apartment sites across the Midlands. We maintain the communal areas and where possible like to use local contractors. We need-
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When living in an apartment it’s important to consider those living around you.
If you are subject to noise nuisance it can become very stressful, you can lose sleep and feel frustrated in your home. If you are disturbed by a noisy neighbour make sure you politely speak to them regarding the noise, as they may not be aware they are making any. If you have spoken to your neighbour but the noise continues please feel free to contact us if we are your management company and if they let the property we could inform the landlord who may be able to help. If noise continues-keep a log of the days and times that you are being disturbed and contacting the local council environmental health department can also help.
Living in a leasehold property there will be certain terms of the lease which will help protect you from noise nuisance such as
-No noise after 11pm or before 7am
Any one breaking the terms of their lease could be at risk of losing their home
Please all be considerate to each other for a nice environment to live
We use an extensive check list to check sites are up to scratch and we try to be as proactive as possible.
There are times in between site visits and contractor visits when part of your communal area may get damaged or break.
Just a reminder to all residents that if you do see a fault please let us know and don’t presume another resident has told us.
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Or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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