Putney is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts. Those who’ve never set foot here will probably know it as the starting point for the annual Cambridge and Oxford boat race. It’s home to a number of rowing clubs, along with a selection of groups dedicated to tennis, golf and cricket. This is a south-west London district with a friendly, competitive spirit and also a strong community feel. Read on to discover developments that are rated the best places to live in Putney. In addition, read reviews from residents who own or rent in Putney.
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We have lived here for 3 years now and the standard of the housekeeping and maintenance is getting progressively worse. We tried talking to one of the contractors who was blocking the corridor whilst carrying out some electrical works in our block and he couldn’t even speak English. How do we know he is even qualified to do these works? What is even more annoying is the money that has been spent on the Estate Managers office refurbishment when there are areas of our block and the site in general that are unsightly. I was speaking to one of the apartment owners and she told me the work was costing 45k? Surely that is not correct? I will definitely be speaking to one of the directors to clarify this. Anyway, rant over. Hopefully things will improve. Maree
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I wish I knew the resident meeting details
How has the building management responded to any problems or issues you have raised:
Generally quite good comms from the BM but none of the contractors seem to speak English, are poorly attired and do not even carry I.D. Very poor . I can only presume they are cheap and doubt they are qualified for certain aspects of work carried out which is concerning!