Residential & Holiday Homes
Any issues on the property itself is the responsibility of the property Owner. An Owner owns their house and the footpath that wraps immediately around their building, unless it is a shared public footpath. For apartments, such footpaths have shared ownership. If there is an issue with a drain on the common area only, please contact the Administrator by email or mobile. We cannot take an action relating to your own property.
Please email the Board on email@example.com to request this and to confirm your exact contact details
Insurance, lawn cutting, tree maintenance, lighting maintenance, general
maintenance and general sewerage maintenance.
Also there is a €400 contribution to the sinking fund.
Yes, and this will be explained on your annual service charge invoice.
Yes, a penalty is imposed if the service charge is not paid by July 1st.
The penalty is 15%, which currently amounts to €150
There is a copy of the insurance policy located in the documents section of this website.
Please contact the Management company on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact the Claims Handler, Christopher Merrigan on +353 (0) 1 207 9446 or email him on email@example.com (please copy firstname.lastname@example.org on all emails).
Lawns are cut weekly, weather permitting. Some areas are impossible to cut during winter as they hold water, so the machines cannot be used.
Yes, you should receive a receipt within a month of the payment clearing the bank account, If you do not, please email the company on email@example.com in case there was an issue with tracking your payment.
Insurance Excess if with €2,000 per successful claim, and this is the responsibility of the Owner of the property making the claim.
Provided the damage caused as an insured peril of the policy Both owners would have to claim.
Damage caused to the property as a result of a storm (Generally recognised by records of the Met office). This would cover wind damage say for instance a roof is damaged by the wind or if a branch or if a branch from a tree damages the roof for instance. It would also cover resulting damage i.e if water entered the property resulting from the damage caused by the storm. This is not to be confused flood damage which would be cause as a result of rising waters from a river sea lake.