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Cyclical Maintenance

Cyclical Works during the Current Coronavirus Pandemic

The Scottish Government has now moved Glasgow into Tier 3, which allows non-essential repair works inside people’s homes, such as painting, decorating or carrying out repairs is now permitted, subject to mitigations

Noted below is the current position of some of the cyclical maintenance works:

Gas Boiler Installations 

City Technical Services Ltd. have carried out emergency boiler replacements during lockdown. They have re-started non-essential gas repair works and continue to work closely with the Association in carrying out these works post lockdown. 

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Estate Services

WSES had to temporarily, postpone most of their planned works. This decision was taken in line with UK and Scottish Government safety guidelines requiring all non-essential construction work to cease as part of the strategy to tackle the Corona virus outbreak and protect our residents, tenants, staff and contractors.

WSES re-started all Close Cleaning, Grounds Maintenance and Bulk Uplift Works at the end of February 2021 and continue to work closely with the Association on carrying out these works post lockdown. 

Cyclical Roof Inspection and Gutter Cleaning Works

These works have continued throughout the period of Lockdown, and there has been no disruption to this service.

Lift Maintenance, Servicing and Insurance Inspection Reports

These works have continued throughout the period of Lockdown and there has been no disruption to this service.

WSHA Offices and Primrose Court Emergency Lighting Checks

These works have now re-started.

Domestic Property Hoists Servicing

These works have now re-started.

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