Ian Forrester (IF)
Jonathan Isaacs (JI)
Paul Kelly (PK)
James Needham (JN)
Suzan Swientozielskj (SS)
Apologies: Katherine Harrison, Tracey Langford, Wayne, Langford, Anand Patel (Revolution), Paul Spence (Revolution)
- ZURICH INSURANCE:
- The speed of the response from Zurich to the letter submitted by the Residents Association has been nothing short of astonishing; almost within the hour of them receiving it they had appointed a loss adjuster and made contact with Jonathan to set up a meeting which is scheduled for 19 July..
- Jonathan has spoken with the loss adjuster and clarified the types of insurance provided for iecommunal and personal
- ISIS have been notified and have responded noting and happy with the content of the letter, and confirming they will continue to engage with us.
- SURVEY TO RESIDENTS:
- The skills survey to residents remains an outstanding action to be taken forward. ACTION: JI
- Awaiting on types of questions to be raised regarding occupancy style: ACTION: PK
- MEETING BETWEEN EXPERTS – ISIS & IWRA REPRESENTATIVE:
- The two experts (Paul and Derek) have met. There has been some interesting information that has emerged in terms of the thinking behind ISIS development team in terms of their modelling for the type of people who would buy/rent the apartments â€“ basically pinning their assumptions on majority of working business professionals/people who would not be in their apartments during the day /week!
- This news has been received by incredulity by the Residents Association.
A second meeting has yet to be agreed/decided. ACTION: JI
- BUILDING INSURANCE:
- There is still a lot of anxiety about the building insurance excess affecting residents â€“ currently set at Â£2500, due to the many issues that have affected residents but not of their making, eg water ingress and leaks. JI to check with AP re: residents taking out their own building insurance. It is known that some residents have already done this. ACTION: JI
- Update next meeting.
- CHANGE IN LEASE HOLDER:
- Bremner estates now hold the lease for Islington Wharf but have been stealthily raising the price of the ground rent of other development?
Residents Association â€“ do we need a campaign against this via Watchdog/MEN. ACTION: RAISE AT NEXT MEETING
- FOB SYSTEM:
- Will be up and running by beginning of August. ACTION: REVOLUTION
- DOGS IN GARDEN:
- There haven’t been any further issues.
- The white signs were being removed, as were the ‘keep clear signs’ that were on the automatic doors.
- One blue sign remains on the door inside Block B, which is requested to be removed. ACTION: REVOLUTION
- DIGITAL SIGNAGE:
- A lot of information has been provided in terms of the options and pricing on top of which there would be a wifi premium of Â£130+VAT, with an annual subscription fee of Â£100+ VAT.
- Request that Revoltuion look to have the following answered: ACTION: REVOLUTION
- Is the subscription fee per display?
- How is data uploaded to the non-wifi display, and what security is in place to ensure only authorised media is put on it?
- For the interactive displays (touch), how is the data uploaded/managed, i.e does it need to be pecifically built by a third party, or are tools provided.
- ACTION: RAISE AT NEXT MEETING
Date Of Next Meeting: Tuesday, 2nd AUGUST, 19:00