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Update: Pool and Spa on Sunday 30th July

Hello everyone.  The Pool was closed this morning because the early morning test showed that there was no chlorine in the water.  As you can imagine this is essential for safety and hygeine.  Our contracted engineers have driven from Kent this morning and arrived about 11.30am.  The fault is a digital one – one of the sensors in the Control Panel – which is not even connected – has decided to spring into life and shut down the chlorine delivery system.

The good news is that the engineers have manually treated the pool and it should be open as I write this.  They will attempt to bypass the digital fault with the help of the panel manufacturers technical staff tomorrow morning.  We are doing everything we can to get the pool re-opened and keep it open, understanding how frustrating this series of faults has been.  There is a further leak into the Plant Room, so we are minimising the amount of water generated in the changing rooms by asking you to use the disabled shower only.  This will help us greatly, thank you.

We have to say the installation is about 15 years old now, and we will be planning upgrades.  We will keep you all informed of the plans,  but when we have an immediate major fault, we have to act on our Health and Safety responsibilities and close the pool to protect Residents from possible risk of disease.

Pam Voisey

CW RTM Director (Leisure Centre lead).

 

Coffee Mornings

Residents are invited to attend an informal Coffee Morning on the second Wednesday of each month, except August. We meet at 11.00 in the Function Suite of the Leisure Centre.

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RTM Open Day 28 June 2018

Our Open Day was a great success. It was very pleasing to see so many members and some non-members coming along to meet Directors and staff and to discuss issues of concern or just thank Directors and staff for all their hard work to manage Century Wharf. On the whole leaseholders were very pleased with […]

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Recarpeting Starting in Phase 1

The recarpeting of Judkin Court started in July. All the carpeting tiles have been acquired and the work should take until the end of July to be completed.

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Update regarding Parking Permits

We have been awaiting the new permits for this year. They will start being renewed some time in July. The concierge will inform each block when they can collect theirs from the office. Please note that all permits are still ‘Active’ until they are renewed!

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Residents’ Coffee Evening

As there has been no interest in a coffee evening, we have cancelled this event. We would like to repeat the invitation to residents to meet for a coffee evening on the second Wednesday of the month.  Directors have been in the Function Suite and will continue to attend for February (Wednesday 14th), but if there […]

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Refurbishment of Houses (September 2017)

It gives us great pleasure to announce that the refurbishment programme has started with the replacement of the carpets in the Houses of Judkin Court. It should be completed by the end of July. Those houses not yet due for recarpeting, are having all their carpets cleaned. The re-painting programme is phased and on-going.

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Reminder of Car Parking Permit regulations (Sept. 2017)

As you know, in the past there have been major problems with non residents using our car parking spaces in the day as a convenient source of free car parking.  To stop this practice, car park patrol companies have been engaged to patrol Century Wharf and issue fines for those who cannot/and do not display […]

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General Update: 19th May 2017

This is a brief synopsis of the Director’s update which will be available in full for RTM Members. The appearance of Century Wharf has been improved over the last 6 months or so: Render cleaning has been completed across most of the estate, dramatically improving the appearance of the buildings The gardens are looking (...)

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Gardening

A major project to refurbish and refresh the gardens of Phase 5 and Phase 6 was started in May, The new gardens have been revealed and they are looking lovely.  

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