At long last, taking in charge works announced for Aston Village and Termon Abbey

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Picture shows, Kenneth Flood and Cllr Imelda Munster

Sinn Féin Councillor Imelda Munster has announced details in relation to the taking in charge by the council of Termon Abbey and Aston Village. “ After almost 3 years of holding the council to account over the bonds (or lack of) we got there in the end having campaigned for this on your behalf in the council. Dates have now been set for the taking in charge of the two estates. I would like to pay special thanks to the residents committees for the last 2 years of hard work!!!
Set out below is the programme for the procurement of a contractor to complete the required works to bring the above estates to taking in charge standards. The procurement procedure is a two stage process with a pre qualification process preceding the contract award stage. This programme is based on the best available information and will be updated as the project proceeds.

Tender Notice on E tenders: 18th December 2013,

Pre qualification of Contractors: Completed by 1st February 2014,

Tender Documents: Completed by 28th February 2014,

Contract award: by 30th April 2014

Commence works: by 19th May 2014.

I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome the decision by Kenneth Flood to stand along with myself and Alan Cassidy as Sinn Féin candidates for your area in next May’s local election. As you are well aware Kenneth has a tremendous work ethic and is the Chairperson of Aston Village Residents Association and is committed to delivering more amenities and facilities for the local area”.