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Parkside newsletter - August 2017
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1. St. Stephens Road – No: 71-135; 137-243
2. Butley Court - No: 1-53
3. Ranwell Close - No: 1-38; 39-78
4. Jossiline Court - No: 1-64
5. Wilmer House - No:1-82
6. Ingram House - No: 1-82
7. Sandall House - No: 1-82
8. Lakeview - No: 1-4; 5-8; 9-52; 53-56; 57-60
9. Elton House - No:1-62
As part of the Parkside Phase I Major Works programme, it has been identified that the communal electrical service system requires renewal. This includes the supply of electricity to your home. The wiring installation in your property needs to be checked by a qualified electrician who will then issue an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). You need to have a valid EICR which shows that the wiring is safe before we can reconnect the electricity to your home.
We will contact general needs residents to arrange for our contractor, Kier, to undertake these works. The test is expected to take no more than three hours and you will need to be present during the appointment. Leasehold residents can either send us a copy of a valid EICR or we can arrange for our qualified electrician to carry out the testing.
The “Parkside Phase II” project is the title of the programme which will comprise of external works required to some additional blocks outside of the Phase I remit and environmental/landscaping works across the Parkside estate.The Parkside Phase II schedule of works is currently underway and we are anticipating that these works will be complete in the summer of 2018.
You may have heard the term “Parkside Promises” in relation to the works being carried out at Parkside. This refers to the regeneration promises that formed part of the Parkside Transfer Tenants Proposal (click to download) or Leaseholders Proposal (click to download) documents which were issued when London Borough of Tower Hamlets transferred the Parkside estate to Circle Housing Old Ford.
The Clarion Housing Repairs and Maintenance strategy required the appointment of a dedicated contractor to supply and facilitate the major works projects. After a detailed tendering process, Kier won the contract to deliver the planned maintenance programmes for Clarion Housing in the Old Ford area. The Parkside Major Works project is based within the planned maintenance department and therefore has Kier as the main contractor.