What’s been happening at Admiralty Quarter, Portsmouth….
We hope the newsletters are doing their job in keeping you up to date on what is happening at AQ.
We hope you like the new look AQ website and found the first newsletter informative and useful. As you are aware, it is intended to produce a fresh newsletter every month to provide Leaseholders and residents alike, an insight into what is happening at AQ, so please find May’s Newsletter below.
Both the Board and DHCS as Managing Agents, have been aware of the need to increase the level of communication between ourselves and the Leaseholders/residents so that all involved at AQ have an idea of what is being worked on and considered, as although we are busy behind the scenes, various aspects are not always visible.
The latest board meeting took place on 4th June between the board of Directors and managing agents, Daniells Harrison Chartered Surveyors (DHCS). The board continues to be impressed by their efforts and professionalism.
The latest board meeting took place on 25th March between the board of Directors and managing agents, Daniells Harrison Chartered Surveyors (DHCS).
Firstly, the Board of Directors would like to wish you all a Happy New Year and trust you had a great festive season.
Since the last October 2013 newsletter the board has had two full board meetings with the new managing agents Daniells Harrison Chartered Surveyors (DHCS); the latest being on Tuesday 14th January.
This recent period has been especially busy for DHCS as they have had to get up to speed, learn about AQ and address a number of legacy issues.
The board was encouraged to hear the progress made and would like to thank, on behalf of all residents, DHCS for their hard work and diligence through this difficult period.
Following the resignation of Crest Nicholson (the builders of AQ) as Directors, an EGM was held on the 12th of June and a new Board of Directors was elected by and formed from Leaseholders, as per the terms of the Articles of Association for Admiralty Quarter. The Directors are all volunteers with a diverse set of backgrounds with a common aim to keep AQ a desired place to live, whilst maintaining value for money.