MANAGEMENT OF MOORLAND COURT
MOORLAND COURT LIMITED
In 2009, residents of Moorland Court formed Moorland Court Limited and bought the freehold for Moorland Court. Moorland Court Limited holds an Annual General Meeting every September and all owners and residents are welcome to attend. At the AGM, attendees vote in a Board of Directors and a Managing Agent to manage the building and grounds of Moorland Court.
The Registered Offices of Moorland Court Limited are:
C/o Cottons Property Management
361 Hagley Rd
You can contact Moorland Court Limited through the Directors (see below)
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
The Annual General Meeting is open to all shareholders of Moorland Court Limited and owners and residents of flats in Moorland Court. These meetings are held once a year, usually in September. They provide an opportunity to discuss issues, recent work, and proposed work for the following year.
The directors and the managing agent will be appointed at each AGM by shareholders of Moorland Court Limited.
All shareholders of Moorland Court Limited will be written to with the details of the meeting near the time by the Managing Agent. If you would like to speak to someone about this meeting, then please contact the directors or the managing agent (see below).
The directors are appointed by shareholders of Moorland Court Limited at the AGM. They meet every few months to set the agenda for maintaining and developing the building and the grounds.
Our star director is Peter, who works very hard to keep Moorland Court working. We are all indebted to him.
If you have some time to help improve Moorland Court and are interested in becoming a director, then please do get in touch with one of the directors,
speak to the managing agent, or attend the AGM.
THE MANAGING AGENT
Moorland Court is managed by:
Cottons Property Management
361 Hagley Rd
Tel: 0121 247 2030
Fax: 0121 247 2040
Contact them to report any damage to the property or if the maintenance of the building is falling short of your expectations, such as:
the cleaning of the internal communal area is unsatisfactory
the maintenance of the gardens is unsatisfactory
your flat or another flat has sprung a water or gas leak
you have broken glass in your windows
the building’s security is breached
you need to use locksmiths services
the communal heating has broken down
chutes are blocked
domestic hot water supply broke down