I still think Onchan residents should be asking their MHK's to look into this.
❖ Funding for schemes such as new builds and regeneration of existing estates should be met from capital costs by applying for loans through Central Government.
❖ External Refurbishment Scheme of 118 properties (School Road, Barrule Drive (Odds), and Nursery Avenue)
❖ Reroofing of 62 properties (Hackett Close, Meadow Close, Ballachrink Drive)
❖ Replacement Boiler Scheme (411 properties)
❖ Replacement Doors and Windows (Heywood Park)
❖ Replacement Windows (Springfield Court Phase II)
❖ Replacement External Doors (Hewyood Court)
❖ Conversion of the former Police Station to 5 social housing units
❖ New Build Scheme – 10 Units (Marion Road)
❖ External Refurbishment of First Avenue
❖ External Refurbishment for The Park Houses
❖ Kitchen Framework Agreement throughout the general housing stock ❖ Electric Mains Board Upgrades and Periodic Testing
❖ Springfield Court Refurbishment/Regeneration including lift installations
If you take out the New build - 10 units, I think you will find the rest should come under maintenance of the properties.
How they should have funded it, is one of the points somebody should be looking into.
I am still wondering who you think I am conspiring against.
If you think asking questions about a document published by Onchan Commissioners
which shows a massive overspend of all reservers and putting the authority into debt
is a documented fact.