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Topic: Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper
Posted by: Gordon McDonald
Date/Time: 25/10/15 12:32:00

If you manage to get one of these so-called 'affordable' units, will you be able (or want) to pay the service charges associated with fancy leather sofas, the ever-smiling concierge or tasteful orchids on his desk? The Colonial Drive service charges are - I believe - something like 3K per year.

As for the buyers of said swanky flats (sorry, apartments), they'll imagine the 'poor door' people to be the great unwashed with a double-buggy in tow. It's all about ROI I'm afraid and net curtains doesn't make for the best kerb appeal.

Do I believe that our firemen, nurses and teachers should have to use a 'poor door?', absolutely not. Nothing short of a scandal. But one that has been happening in one guise or another for longer than we've been around.


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 11:56:00 Teresa de Pelegri
   Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 12:29:00 Janine Jarvis
   Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 12:32:00 Gordon McDonald
      Re:Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 17:04:00 Susan Kelly
         Re:Re:Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 17:11:00 Carl Wynne
            Re:Re:Re:Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 19:04:00 Keith Iddon
            Re:Re:Re:Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 19:29:00 Sarah Dinsmore
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 20:11:00 Carl Wynne
   Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper25/10/15 21:08:00 Teresa de Pelegri
      Re:Re:"Poor doors" in skyscarper26/10/15 09:29:00 Francis Rowe

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