Drynam Hall Estate Management Fees – Update

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October 2008

Following on from a successful meeting organised by the Socialist Party on 16th September in the Kinsealy Inn on the management company rip off, residents in attendance agreed to form a campaign with the aim of abolishing the management company for houses and restructuring of the company for apartments only, with more accountability and regulation.

To further this aim it was agreed to launch a survey across the whole estate to establish the views of residents regarding Management Fees / Management Company / Agents & the taking in charge of the estate by Fingal County Council. Over the next few weeks some of your neighbours will be calling door to door to conduct the survey. To date the survey indicates an overwhelming number of people in Drynam Hall support the taking in charge of the estate. It has also been established that services such as street lighting are all ready being provided by Fingal County Council.

Once completed we will publish the results of the survey and step up the campaign for the abolition of estate management fees. ‘United the community can be successful’ as other communities in Fingal have demonstrated.

If you want to contact me on this or any other issue please do so.

leaflet issued by Brian Greene
local representative Socialist Party
email: brian at socialistparty.net

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