Hyperoptic – keeping you posted

Posted on: June 5th, 2015 by admin No Comments


Some good news from Hyperoptic:

"We have now completed all surveys and should have definite dates for installation coming to you within the next week or so. Our network is currently being tested in Glasgow and our installation delivery manager has been on site to confirm the equipment required. I would expect we should have network to you in early July and it is just a case of marrying up the internal network installation to match these dates."

If you want to know more about this new super-fast broadband service please visit the Hyperoptic website and if you are interested register today, commitment-free, to secure exclusive prices.

Dandara Objection

Posted on: December 12th, 2014 by admin No Comments


The Committee representing the owners at the Taylor Woodrow phase of the development referred to as Glasgow Harbour has decided to put forth its objections to the proposed development by Dandara of new tower blocks to be built solely for rental housing. The Owners' Association for the Cala Development at Glasgow Harbour has likewise raised objections with the Planning Department of Glasgow City Council.

This issue was highlighted in the media both in The Herald of Scotland and on STV News on the 2nd of December.

The reasons for objecting to the new development are outlined in the attached letter that was sent by the Committee to the Planning Department.

Property Factors Act 2011

Posted on: August 4th, 2012 by admin No Comments


The Property Factors (Scotland) Act 2011 aims to protect homeowners by providing minimum standards for property factors. It will apply to all residential property and land managers whether they are private sector businesses, local authorities or housing associations. All provisions of the Act will come into force by 1 October 2012.

The act has three main parts:

  1. It creates a compulsory register for property factors;
  2. A Code of Conduct outlining minimum standards of practice for factors; and
  3. A new statutory dispute resolution mechanism, to be known as the Homeowner Housing Panel.