From another correspondent “I’m sure Burrington Estates are doing this (lol) …”

… but each block should have a lift.  It’s very expensive to put them in and raises service charges a lot with maintenance, etc.

Service charges raise an interesting issue – who will manage the blocks and grounds?  Is there ground rent?  How will refuse be dealt with?  Will DCC adopt roads?  What about estate management (grass cutting, etc)?  Remember Cranbrook had to buy up developers’ estate management charges and absorb them into council levy … raising total council tax for everyone.

I am sure planners are on top of it …..!

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