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Hi all,

 

Here is the newsletter that recently went out to Great Arthur House residents, regarding the Windows and Cladding project and its progress so far.

It might have some answers on there that some of you may of been wondering about!

 

Hope you find it interesting.

 

Thanks,

Sarah

(Housing Services Apprentice)

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Tks for bringing it up Christine, surely it would make sense to replace the kitchen and bathroom windows too.

Didn't get much of a mention in the cladding newsletter.

I know residents at petticoat square tower block at Middlesex Street. They had their windows triple glazed, and would you believe it the CORP in their infinite wisdom chose to leave some of the windows as single glaze, after spending God only knows how much on scaffolding, for the sake of a few quid,  "Good enough,"  "That'll do,"  doesn't bode well does it?

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