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Unofficial ESG version of the Leaseholder Notification Document
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BE CLEAR THAT OUR DOCUMENT IS UNOFFICIAL AND MAY AND/OR DOES NOT REPRESENT THE VIEWS THE COUNCIL OR THCH HAVE AND/OR WISH YOU TO SEE. IT IS CERTAINLY NOT PRESENTED IN THE WAY THE COUNCIL WISHES THE INFORMATION TO BE PRESENTED TO YOU. THE ESG BELIEVE ALL THE INFORMATION IN IT TO BE CORRECT, BUT WE PROVIDE IT FOR INFORMATION ONLY.
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The London Borogh of Tower Hamlets distributed to leaseholders on the Mansford estate an official document entitled: Leaseholder Notification Document.
This purports to advise Leaseholders of the proposals to transfer the estate to THCH.
Anyone attempting to read this will have found it:
It is hard to read and makes little sense.
The impression of the ESG is that this document was a draft which was sent out in error. It was certainly not a document which we had signed off - we were not shown a final draft before publication, although we had been promised that this would happen.
The council's staff are varying between confirming that the wrong document was sent out, and telling us that it was the correct document, that it is the same as similar documents which have been distributed on other estates.
Members of the ESG were extremely concerned about this document, which, from any point of view can only be understood to be incompetent.
The council then produced an alternative version which they proposed to distribute. Although this by now included the omitted material, it did not really address the issues of presentation.
We therefore agreed with LBTH that mambers of the ESG would prepare, at very short notice, a revised version of the document.
It appears that LBTH has rejected this document although none of the participants has been directly communicated with by a representative of LBTH.
It now seems likely that the council's revised version, which at least clarifies some issues while burying them in obfuscation, may not be distributed, either.
We are therefore posting the text of our proposed revision of the leaseholder advisory document on the website, together with a PDF version of the document, which you may find easier to read.
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