The St Martins Estate was originally managed entirely by Metropolitan. From 1st April 2017 it will be managed by three housing associations: Metropolitan, Optivo and Notting Hill.
A (partial) list of how the properties will be divided is below. Or see this map
The rights and obligations of leaseholders will continue as before. Credits and debits of tenants will continue as before.
Individual repairs will continue with Metropolitan up to the hand-over. It will be the responsibility of each housing association to program how and when to carry out major repair works, for example work on an entire block, on the part of the estate they own.
Communal areas, and estate lighting will be split up, but things like grass-cutting may go to the same contractor.
We’re still waiting for news of who will be responsible for which lights. The estate lighting does require significant investment.
Notting Hill Genesis stock
Neil Wates Crescent (everything except 9-14)
81-130a Upper Tulse Hill
1-8 Bannister Close
2-15 High Trees
Upper Tulse Hill (the properties with numbers greater than 200)
Abbots Park (we believe all of it)
Gaywood Close (we believe all of it)
57-58 High Trees
Jemma Knowles Close
Mc Cormick House
Neil Wates Crescent 9-14
Roupell Road 59-69
41-53 Roupell Road (flats ABC)
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