Estate Management

We want all residents to be proud of where they live and to enjoy living in a clean and tidy environment.  The Association accepts it has a responsibility to regularly inspect the area and take prompt action where problems are found.


Inspections are regularly carried out in order to identify any issues (e.g.) repairs required to common areas, maintenance required to the property, action required by other agencies, residents failing to maintain their property.  Inspections to property are also carried out at the request of individual residents. A common problem we have is that people do not dispose of litter and bulk refuse correctly.  It is your responsibility to ensure that your household rubbish is deposited in the bins in an appropriate manner and spillage is cleaned up.  Bags of rubbish should NOT be left outside your front door.

Bulk Refuse - Any residents wishing to dispose of bulk refuse items should place the item(s) on the pavement no earlier than the night prior to uplift day and no later than 9am on the morning of the uplift for that area only.  Such items include cookers, wardrobes, carpets, sofas etc.  For Bulk Uplift Days Click Here

Anti Social Behaviour - Milnbank Housing Association strives to minimise antisocial behaviour and will always endeavour to assist where practical. Residents should be aware that the Association can only act where there is clear wrongdoing and where corroboration (proof) exists.  Residents, equally, must take responsibility by reporting any antisocial behaviour to the local Police office, where appropriate, in addition to advising the Association of the alleged antisocial behaviour.
To find out more about Anti Social Behaviour Click here .

 Estate Management Policy

 Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour Policy