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Dear Kensington and Chelsea TMO,

I have two questions.
Firstly, I would like to know how often the entrance door of individual flat (the council tenants only and not applying to the council freeholders) are replaced.

Secondly, how often the council is supposed to re-decorate the wooden window frames?

Yours faithfully,
Tom Baylis

Daniel Asamoah, Kensington and Chelsea TMO

Dear Mr Baylis

Thank you for your email setting out your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. We are considering your request and we will endeavour to respond within the statutory deadline of 20 working days which is 2 July 2016.

Regards

Daniel Asamoah
Company Secretarial Assistant

t:  020 7605 6352

w:  www.kctmo.org.uk  
a:   346 Kensington High Street, London W14 8NS

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Daniel Asamoah, Kensington and Chelsea TMO

Sorry the statutory deadline would be 2 August 2016. Thank you

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Company Secretariat, Kensington and Chelsea TMO

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Dear Tom,

 

Further to your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000, we
respond to your questions as follows:

 

Firstly, I would like to know how often the entrance door of individual
flat (the council tenants only and not applying to the council
freeholders) are replaced. KCTMO undertakes work as and when this is
needed  (there is no strictly applied requirement to replace/repair on a
defined date).  

 

Secondly, how often the council is supposed to re-decorate the wooden
window frames? We manage a cyclical repair and redecoration programme  -
blocks are surveyed and any necessary planned maintenance undertaken on a
cycle of approximately 7 years.  Our asset management system, Keystone,
highlights when a block is due for survey and gives an indication of the
type of works that may be required.  If, following survey, there are any
elements of the building which will remain in good condition for a further
seven years then these items are not included in the scope of works.

 

If work needs undertaking urgently, prior to the next seven year
programme, (e.g. if a window is leaking) then this can be referred to our
repair section and undertaken as a reactive repair.   It is obviously more
cost effective to combine the works into the seven year programme and we
do this whenever practical.

 

Should you be unhappy with the handling of your request, you have a right
to complain  to the Information Commissioner who is responsible for
ensuring compliance with FOIA. 

 

Many thanks

 

Mrs Fola Kafidiya-Oke FCIS
Head of Governance & Company Secretary
The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea

Tenant Management Organisation Limited

t:  020 7605 6399

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w:  [2]www.kctmo.org.uk  
a:   346 Kensington High Street, London W14 8NS

 

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Dear Kensington and Chelsea TMO,

 

I have two questions.

Firstly, I would like to know how often the entrance door of individual
flat (the council tenants only and not applying to the council
freeholders) are replaced.

 

Secondly, how often the council is supposed to re-decorate the wooden
window frames?

 

Yours faithfully,

Tom Baylis

 

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