Estates - Estate Inspections service standard
Every estate is inspected on an agreed frequency by
Neighbourhood Officers, Estate Supervisors, Surveyors and resident
How often the inspection is carried out will depend on
requirements of the block for example, it may be inspected more
regularly if it suffers from littering and/or antisocial
During the inspection, all parts of the estate will be inspected
and graded depending on it’s cleanliness. Inspections are given a
grading A, B, C or D in line with the Environmental Protection Act.
Grade A is excellent and Grade D is poor. You can view our
‘cleaning standards’ document for further information on this.
During the inspection other things will be looked at such as how
clean the windows and lights are, if there are any cob webs, are
repairs required, whether the grass and shrubs are properly
maintained and the area is weed free.
Information collected during the inspection is recorded on an
inspection sheet and information about repairs orders raised and
the grading given is fed back to the resident representative for
that estate. Our staff will also use photographic equipment to
record the more hazardous issues.
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