Coin street neighbourhood

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Saturday 8 February 2014 4.18pm
Just wondering if anyone's had a interview for one of the coin street properties?

Would like to know what this means and how it all works.

Any help appreciated
Thursday 20 February 2014 1.20am
kellou32 wrote:
Just wondering if anyone's had a interview for one of the coin street properties?
Would like to know what this means and how it all works.

Any help appreciated

Hello
I live in Coin Street and the houses here are a tenant co Operative .
Any prospective tenants are interviewed by some members of the committee to see if they are suitable to live here , that they meet the criteria and that they understand what it means to live in a co Operative . the panel then put their findings to the management committee and they discuss your application and take a vote .
These houses rarely come up for exchange or become vacant as no one wants to move from the area .
Hope this has helped .

Mink
Thursday 20 February 2014 1.39am
Inked Mink wrote:
kellou32 wrote:
Just wondering if anyone's had a interview for one of the coin street properties?
Would like to know what this means and how it all works.

Any help appreciated

Hello
I live in Coin Street and the houses here are a tenant co Operative .
Any prospective tenants are interviewed by some members of the committee to see if they are suitable to live here , that they meet the criteria and that they understand what it means to live in a co Operative . the panel then put their findings to the management committee and they discuss your application and take a vote .
These houses rarely come up for exchange or become vacant as no one wants to move from the area .
Hope this has helped .

Mink

Also the even numbered houses belong to Iroko housing co op and the go round on to upper ground and Cornwall road .
The odd numbered houses belong to mulberry cooperative and expand to Stamford street , duchy street and upper ground .
The houses on broadwall are palm co op and look onto bearnie Spain gardens .
Both iroko and mulberry are built in a square around a central garden .
Let us know how you get on with the interview .
Cheers
Mink

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