London SE1 community website

Coin street neighbourhood

Join in these discussions today! Log in or register.
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

To post a message, please log in or register..
Keep up with SE1 news

We have three email newsletters for you to choose from:

We are part of
Independent Community News Network
Email newsletter

For the latest local news and events direct to your inbox every Monday, you need our weekly email newsletter SE1 Direct.

7,000+ locals read it every week. Can you afford to miss out?

Read the latest issue before signing up

Also on the forum
Views expressed in this discussion forum are those of the contributors and may not reflect the editorial policy of this website. Please read our terms and conditions