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walls of the properties have to be repaired and internal decoration undertaken; internal and external waste drainage systems have been compromised. Some windows no longer fit, and will need to be replaced. And, so the list goes on and on.
A further meeting with the Government has been arranged for early January, when our concerns over the ongoing work and outstanding issues will be discussed in full and, hopefully agreement reached on a plan to put our properties back into a good class condition.
We will of course appraise the situation on an ongoing basis. Where praise has to be given, we will give it. Equally, our complaints will be highlighted for all to see.
Since November Aristo Developers have been carrying out certain remedial works at Chloraka Sunset. They have constructed piles along the whole length of the failed retaining wall, laid a drain and are in the process of reconstructing patios. Aristo has told the owners that the works are being carried out under the instructions of the Cyprus Government at the developer’s cost and at no cost to the owners.
However, in spite of repeated requests, owners have not been provided with copies of reports and investigations which they suppose will have been carried out by the developer prior to commencing work. For example, investigations into damage caused to house foundations. Neither have owners been provided with copies of calculations, drawings, specifications or a programme for the works. Thus, they are being denied the right to consider and approve the work carried out to their properties and are unable to determine for themselves whether the work will remedy all the apparent defects arising out of the failure of the retaining wall.
On January the 7th 2005 three Chlorakas Sunset house owners (representing owners of properties at Chloraka Sunset) had a meeting in Nicosia at the Ministry of the Interior. They discussed the remedial works currently being carried out by Aristo. The main objective of the meeting was to impress on the Government the requirements of the owners who require disclosure of all the information referred to in the last paragraph pertaining to the works.
We have already put on record that praise would be acknowledged where appropriate. The meeting, which