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The property has overall developed since my last review. illegal parking in front of entrances are gone after the nice flower pots were put in place. The bin room is often overflowed and noise around coming from H2O work, but that is easy to block out by closing windows. Traffic noise is lower since the close of Chase road but only temporarily. I like the area, lots of life, tho we are missing a pub close by.
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Still lacks in some fundamental areas. Like bins placed out on the terraces would be great as tenants and their guests throw bottles, caps an even cigarette butts (despite it being non-smoking zones) on the floor. Bags of dog poo can be found every now and again. Online booking of barbeque and lounge would be great as there have been many double bookings lately. Sometimes there is no-one at the front desk, and emailing (which is the preferred communication channel) is very slow on response. In fact more often no reply.
Please share one thing (or more) which you wish you had known before you moved in:
Small things that the barbecues was not in use on the rooftop. But, smallest thing and wouldn’t have influenced us to not move here
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Yes. Maintenance has been very good and responded in quick fashion whenever we had issues in the flat. However, a broken digit on the west block inner entrance that we reported broken months ago is still not been fixed.