Archive for August, 2013

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Wedding Announcement and Congrats!! iConn Property Management, Canterbury

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Iris O’Connell, Managing Director at iConn Property Management writes;

A huge congratulations to our Accounts Coordinator, Samantha Douglas who tied the knot to Shaun Burgess this month! We hope you had a fantastic day, and we wish you lots of happy years together! :)

 

 

 

 

 

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Staff success! iConn Property Management Canterbury

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Iris O’Connell, Managing Director at iConn Property Management writes;

We are pleased to announce that our Property Manager Tanya MacLeod has recently passed all four units of the NFOPP Level 3 Qualification for the Technical Award in Residential Letting & Property Management, and our Lettings Negotiator, Sam Macdonald is also on her way and passed the first unit towards her qualification last week!  Well done to both of you!

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Hot weather resulting in possible theft….! Letting Agent, Canterbury

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Amy Chilvers, Lettings Negotiator at iConn Property Management writes;

During our incredibly ‘un British’ weather this year, many of you may have been leaving your properties not fully secure; windows open, doors ajar etc….please be advised that we have been informed that the number of thefts over the summer has risen as a result of this unusually warm weather and we don’t want any of our tenants falling victim to burglars trying their luck!

 

Experts at Confused.com say that ‘burglaries peak in the summer months. There are a number of reasons for it. First is the fact that more homes are left unoccupied over the summer as people enjoy their holidays – nearly a quarter of victims (23%) were on holiday when their home was broken into!
Summer burglaries could also be attributed to a more relaxed attitude adopted by people over the summer months, as people socialise in their gardens and enjoy the sunshine. According to the research, more than a quarter of burglaries (27%) occur as a result of the intruder entering through an open door or window!’

 

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Student V Council Tax, iConn Property Management, Canterbury

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Sam Douglas; Accounts Coordinator at iConn Property Management writes;

 

We have recently noticed that Canterbury City Council have changed the rules regarding Council Tax exemption for students!  Canterbury City Council are now charging students for council tax from the date that their university course expires, up until the end of their tenancy.

For more information, please contact the Council on 01227 862 300 or email them: council.tax@canterbury.gov.uk

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