Sandyford residents will have to pay €10000 for apartment fixes

first_img 23,926 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Thursday 16 Mar 2017, 9:31 AM Mar 16th 2017, 9:31 AM Sandyford residents will have to pay €10,000 for apartment fixes It follows from a vote last night that decided residents should pay for water and fire hazard problems with the building. Share Tweet Email7 Image: Google Maps OWNERS OF APARTMENTS in Sandyford Co Dublin, will have to pay around €10,000 per apartment unit to fix water leakage and fire safety problems.The problems have been reported by residents for some time, and were there when the buildings were bought.Since residents weren’t told before buying them, they say it’s unfair that they should have to foot the bill.The issue came to a head last January, when residents were sent invoices to fix the problems, without the exact figure, and a notice that a vote would be held to see should residents pay for the fixes.Last night, the vote was finally taken at the management company Annual General Meeting, which lasted until almost 1am today.It was decided that residents would pay for the damages. It’s understood that property company Ires Reit, Cluid, and Dun Laoghaire County Council voted in favour of the payments to be made by residents.According to one resident, around 20% of the apartments are owner-occupiers.The overall bill for repairs is more than €10 million, which residents have said previously that they’d struggle to afford.Read: Residents of Sandyford apartments asked to foot ‘potential’ €10,000 billRead: Apartment owners could face ‘up to €30 million’ bill to bring complex up to regulations Image: Google Maps Short URL 78 Comments By Gráinne Ní Aodhalast_img read more